Trystan Andrew Terrell Identified as University of North Carolina Charlotte Shooter

22-year-old Trystan Andrew Terrell has been identified as the student who shot six people, killing two, on the campus of University of North Carolina Charlotte.NEW: Sources tell @wsoctv this is the suspect- Trystan Terrell #UNCC— Joe Bruno (@JoeBrunoWSOC9) April 30, 2019 The shooting at UNCC was first reported around 6:50 p.m. EST on Tuesday, April 30th. Authorities believe there’s only one suspect and no ongoing threat. PREVIOUSLY: 2 Dead, 4 Injured in Shooting at UN...
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Local high schools rank in top 30 in California, report says

Three high schools near the San Fernando Valley were among California’s top 30 high schools in this year’s 2019 U.S. News and World Report, released Tuesday, April 30. Downtown Business High in Los Angeles ranked 15th in the survey, La Cañada High was 26th and Los Angeles Center for Enriched Students was 27th. More than17,000 schools were evaluated and rankings were based on varied factors, including graduation rates, state test performance and campus diversity, according to the press release. “...
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New Research and Ideas, April 30, 2019

Why did people vote for Trump again? ... A peek at Nike's digital strategy ... How the financial crisis caught us by surprise. [Author: Dina Gerdeman]
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Bipolar Professor

It’s hard working as a college professor with bipolar disorder. I suppose it’s hard working anywhere with bipolar disorder, but my particular vocation is teaching 18-year-olds how to write at a local university. I’ve had bipolar illness for almost 30 years now; I was diagnosed in 1991. I’m 56. I’ve been at my university for about as long as I’ve been bipolar. Why is it so hard to be a bipolar teacher in the higher education system?   The main reason is the stigma of the disease. As you ...
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Fashion Inspiration: Taylor Swift’s ‘ME!’ feat. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco

The countdown to #TS7 has begun with Taylor's bubblegum new single!
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Violin Doubles Capacity of Leading XVS 8 Storage Platform with Performance-Tuned Standard NVMe SSDs

Integrating Violin-patented advance vRAID technology with open channel standards-based interface SAN JOSE, Calif.– April 30, 2019 –Violin® Systems LLC today announced that adoption of the NVMe standard interface into its Extreme Performance Storage Platform is enabling a doubling of capacity Read more… The post Violin Doubles Capacity of Leading XVS 8 Storage Platform with Performance-Tuned Standard NVMe SSDs appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, PR | TechRecur....
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High School Kids Stage Alien: The Play and You Can Now Watch It Online

Several weeks back, Colin Marshall told you about an enterprising group of high school students in North Bergen, New Jersey who staged a dramatic production of Ridley Scott's 1979 film Alien. And they did it on the cheap, creating costumes and props with donated and recycled materials. The production was praised by Ridley Scott and Sigourney Weaver alike. Now, above, you can watch a complete encore performance made possible by a $5,000 donation by Scott, and attended by Weaver herself. H...
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Engineering college for HS2 ditches 'high speed' from its name

Not derailed, says chief executive, merely expanding its reach after low up takeWhen the government decided to fund an institution to lure engineering students to learn everything needed for HS2, the biggest project around, it might have seemed a name with cachet. But just 18 months since opening its doors and having struggled to attract entrants, the National College of High Speed Rail has decided to ditch the words High Speed Rail, in favour of something that might be more appealing.With the s...
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Herbie Hancock’s Joyous Soundtrack for the Original Fat Albert TV Special (1969)

Millions of kids grew up with the groovy yet educational cartoon comedy of Fat Albert, and millions of adults may find it difficult or impossible now to watch the show without thinking of the crimes of its creator. Such is life in the 21st century, but so it was too at the end of the 1960s when the first iteration of Fat Albert debuted. There were plenty of reasons to feel terrible about the culture. Yet the music that came out of the various jazz/funk/fusion/soul scenes seemed like it c...
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Most US eighth graders have taken apart a gadget to fix it or see how it works

From the 2018 National Assessment of Educational Progress: "In 2018, fifty-three percent of eighth-grade students reported that they believed they could perform a variety of technology- and engineering-related tasks such as taking something apart to fix it or see how it works."
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Is Your Kid Cut Out For College? Take this quiz:

Here are a few quick questions to ask yourself to help you decide if your kid is cut out for college, ready for the rigors of an independent academic life, and all the rewards and responsibilities that come along with it. Do they get good grades? A well-rounded student is involved in more than just academics, but the basis of a solid college career is solid academic achievement. Is your student ready to handle it? Do they like to read? Exercising the mind for fun is a sure sign of academic poten...
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How to Style Jelly Flip Flops for Spring

Jelly flip flops are super cute and they will look brand new forever! Wondering how to style them? Keep reading.
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A Dictionary of Words Invented to Name Emotions We All Feel, But Don’t Yet Have a Name For: Vemödalen, Sonder, Chrysalism & Much More

Philosophers have always distrusted language for its slipperiness, its overuse, its propensity to deceive. Yet many of those same critics have devised the most inventive terms to describe things no one had ever seen. The Philosopher’s Stone, the aether, miasmas—images that made the ineffable concrete, if still invisibly gaseous. It's important for us to see the myriad ways our common language fails to capture the complexity of reality, ordinary and otherwise. Ask any poet, writer, or lan...
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How Can I Get Out of This Rut?

From India: I Don’t know what has happened to me suddenly. I used to be curious about life ; things ; had tons of seemed very bright to me as i’d many dreams too.. but now just all of a sudden i feel so dumb, i’ve no opinions, slow in studies; in fact, i just can’t concentrate in class. I forget even things i have heard 1000 times. I am not able to talk. My brain seems not to work  like a proof, nothing seems to go inside my head-i tend to forget most of the things that the hear ...
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10 Alternatives to the Liberator Throe

It’s no secret that many of us enjoy our Liberator Throes. Using them provides us with peace of mind that allows us to truly let go when having sex. While I’m one of many people who has been quick to recommend these products, it’s also no secret that a Throe is hard on the wallet. Plus, they’re a hassle to clean, a little crinkly, and the company has had dubious practices with affiliates in the past. Plus, Liberator Throes don’t really absorb the mess. It just sits on top of the blanket. So if y...
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