Random incursions | Allow girls to soar in life

The sight of a young girl in the street, impoverished by Destiny but with a sparkling eye, never fails to move an empathetic spectator. It is not her fault that she is forced to beg and go her way during the first years of life. She rarely entered the much-vaunted …

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On the supply side: More retailers are offering “buy now, pay later” vacation financing

Buy now, pay later, financing is becoming a staple for Walmart, Amazon, Target and many other retailers ahead of the holiday shopping season. Walmart was the layaway king for years, providing consumers with the flexibility to purchase holiday gifts or other big-ticket items on time and at no additional cost. …

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High school scoreboard, results for November 19

CLASS 2B STATE QUARTER-FINAL Friday game Okanogan 50, Columbia-Burbank 0 Saturday games Onalaska vs. Lind-Ritzville / Sprague, noon at Gonzaga Prep High, Spokane Forks vs. Napavine, 1 p.m. at Centralia High Toledo at Kalama, 7:30 p.m. CLASS 1B STATE QUARTER-FINAL Saturday games Wilbur-Creston-Keller vs. Almira-Coulee-Hartline, noon at Lions Field, Moses …

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High school sports: Popular Public League announcer Mark Farina dies at 61

Over the years and seasons, Mark Farina has provided the public league sports soundtrack. An impromptu meeting with a Chicago public school athletic official led to concerts advertising football, basketball, baseball, and soccer at venues such as Lane Stadium, Kerry Wood Field, and Chicago State. Farina worked his scheduled games …

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The card now offers flooded mailboxes; The Catch with Buy Now Pay Later

It’s not just you. Banks really send more credit card offers Americans have paid off their credit card debt during the pandemic. Credit card issuers are spending big to get them to borrow again. Lenders spend on direct mail and generous rewards to attract customers and increase balances. Bank credit …

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The Business + Higher Education roundtable launches a new WIL hub

OTTAWA, Nov. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Business + Higher Education Roundtable (BHER) announces the launch of its new AIT Center. The creation of this “one-stop-shop” of work-integrated learning tools and resources was made possible through the generous support of the Government of Canada. “As we seek to build …

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Tufts as an Anti-Racism Institution Part 1: Students, Administrators and Academic Staff Discuss What “Anti-Racism” Means at Tufts

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a two-part series on the anti-racism initiative at Tufts. The next part of the series will be released on Monday, November 22. “Tufts as an anti-racist institution,”A university-wide initiative, was first announced by President of Anthony Monaco University on July 8, 2020, in …

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Judge dismisses CU’s dismissal of allegations of sexual harassment and retaliation from former executive

Source: Shutterstock. A federal judge has dismissed a demand from the retained $ 4.3 billion Municipal Credit Union in New York City to dismiss allegations by a former senior executive who claims her supervisors ignored and retaliated against her over abuses complaints of sexual harassment by disgraced former MCU President …

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Cheney Technical High School Police Presence After Threat: Police – NBC Connecticut

There will be a police presence at Howell Cheney Technical High School in Manchester after allegations that a student threatened the school. Police initially said a student expressed a desire to carry out a school shooting, but later said the incident was not related to a gun or weapon threat …

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Testament of Prince Philip: legal battle launched against the exclusion of the media from the hearing | prince philippe

Legal action against the Attorney General and the Queen’s private attorneys has been initiated following a decision to bar media from attending a hearing on the Duke of Edinburgh’s will. The Guardian seeks leave to claim that the High Court’s failure to properly consider whether the press should be allowed …

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