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Students zoomed-in for this fall semester open house hosted by Multicultural Student Services. By Steve Nakata, Division of Student Affairs In many respects the COVID pandemic is revolutionizing the ways Washington State University Pullman’s affinity student centers are providing support and facilitating student engagement. The affinity spaces, or identity-conscious centers as Matthew Jeffries often calls …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors of the New Mexico Health Connections CO-OP has voted to cease operations beginning January 1, 2021. The Board also voted to continue serving members through the end of 2020 to ensure continuity of its current members’ health insurance. Members will need to select a new …

Closed schools, universities, and job training centers have made the need for online education … [+] urgent. getty In the daily flurry of negative news, investors should be careful not to lose sight of the fact that while COVID-19 has caused thousands of companies to struggle, default on their debt, or to declare bankruptcy around …

WATERLOO, Iowa — On Thursday afternoon, the Rev. Amy Wiles sat in a pew at First Presbyterian Church in Waterloo, Bible open in her lap while a videographer recorded her sermon in an empty church. The sermon would be emailed and posted at the church’s website and Facebook page for the congregation to view on …

WAPAKONETA — Telephone Service Company in Wapakoneta has met the cable needs of its customers for the past 125 years, adapting to changes in technology over the years. In 1895, the business opened, and Dr. Franklin Crittenden Hunter solicited for the first telephone service in Wapakoneta and signed up 50 subscribers. The Wapakoneta Telephone Company …

The state’s largest business lobby has added identity-theft services to its menu of benefit offerings available to its member employers. The Connecticut Business & Industry Association’s newly announced partnership with Defend-ID includes discounted monthly pricing available only to member companies who are enrolled in one of CBIA’s “Health Connections” insurance plans. The new offering is …

Visit the same Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) more than a few times and chances are you will build connections with store personnel. That may mean being greeted by name, getting a welcoming smile, or having a barista know the special quirks of your order. Technology, however, can prevent those bonds from being created. Consumers can use the …

Cutting carbon pollution is essential for slowing global warming. But Julio Friedmann of the Center for Global Energy Policy at Columbia University says the world cannot realistically stop emitting enough carbon pollution in time to prevent dangerous levels of warming. “Many of the most persistent and difficult sources of emissions have no good options today,” …

The takeoff of a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Vancouver was delayed for a few minutes at the end of July not because of a mechanical problem or a staffing mishap but to ensure that passengers arriving late from another flight didn’t miss the connection to Vancouver. Michael Jacobson, an executive for a hotel …

Structural Illumination super-resolution microscopy (SIM) images of mitotic chromosomes from human cells, showing rDNA-linked chromosomes. rDNA was labeled with rDNA probe and UBF antibody (green and red). Both rDNA and UBF form filamentous connections between chromosomes. Credit: Gerton Lab. Thanks to super-resolution microscopy, scientists have now been able to unambiguously identify physical associations between human …