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The New York Jewish deli meets the 21st century, and the results are geshmak

Outlet: Vancouver Sun - Online

...and soul-warming potato knishes ($8) with caramelized onion. There is, however, an incongruity in paying $18 for a sable-and-bialy plate called "the Shtetl." "It's a huge irony," says Ted Merwin, an associate professor of religion and Judaic st

End-of-life debate picks up, but Pa. opposition stalwart — NewsWorks

Outlet: NewsWorks

...who request it. The national debate was set off earlier this month with the death of 29-year-old Brittany Maynard. She publicized her decision to take drugs to end her life after learning she had terminal brain cancer. The process required Maynard

Art: Faculty brings 'Elsewhere' to Dickinson College's Trout Gallery

Outlet: Sentinel - Online, The

2014-11-19T16:34:00Z 2014-11-19T16:37:38Z Art: Faculty brings 'Elsewhere' to Dickinson College's Trout GalleryBy Joseph and Barrie Ann George, For The Sentinel The Sentinel Where: The Trout Gallery, located in the Weiss Center for the Arts on the

Experts discuss helping veterans manage PTSD

Outlet: Stars and Stripes - Online

...thought about it and the way guys have explained to me is, when that happens, you've got to burn off energy, so people get angry, they punch walls; they've got to burn off all of that adrenaline.” Wood, who spoke on a post-traumatic stress diso

Cannon Design completes LEED Gold facility

Outlet: World Architecture News

Phase I of Kline Athletic Center renovation and expansion completes in Carlisle  Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania has recently celebrated the opening of a new addition to its campus: the Kline Athletic Center. Designed by Cannon Design,

Shorelight Education Appoints Respected Experts in Global Education to Board of Trustees

Outlet: PR Newswire - Online

BOSTON, Nov. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Shorelight Education today announced the formation of a board of trustees and named its first four members, all with extensive experience in global education organizations and programs whose expertise will furthe

Hogan names new Asst. DA

Outlet: The Coatesville Times

Chester County District Attorney announced the hiring of Chad Maloney as an Assistant District Attorney. From left, Chester County Court of Common Pleas Judge Thomas G. Gavin, United States Marine Corps veteran; Assistant District Attorney Chad Malon

Mensch on a Bench: American Hanukkah riffs on Christmas kitsch

Outlet: Denver Post - Online, The

By Beth J. Harpaz The Associated Press Neal Hoffman's Hanukkah toy called The Mensch on a Bench. Hoffman is Jewish, his wife is Catholic and he got the idea for the toy when his son asked for an Elf on the Shelf toy. (Sharon Elaine Photography, Neal

Inside a Nervous Breakdown

Outlet: U.S. News & World Report

...you can turn the release valve. “Give yourself time to unwind,” she says. “Exercise, spend time with family and friends, and just let yourself have fun.” There is no right way to deal with stress, says Michele Ford​, a visiting professor of psy

Forty Under 40 Class of 1998

Outlet: Rochester Business Journal - Online

...from now: In 10 years, I see myself continuing to strive each day to earn the respect and confidence of my family, clients, friends, community, colleagues and staff. Patricia Hollands Morrow Vice president, Magna Products Corp. Educati

From cars to colleges in Carlisle

Outlet: Fairfax County Times - Online

...students, car collectors, history buffs, nature enthusiasts and more. From college students to car enthusiasts, Carlisle, Pa., boasts an eclectic population of both residents and visitors alike. Located in the Cumberland Valley, the small town

8 Things You Should Do to Make the Most of Freshman Year

Outlet: Huffington Post, The

...mentor. This person may not be able to coach you through a career, but they can be someone you turn to for advice when your parents just won't do. "Find someone whom you can ask questions and seek guidance from," says Cathy Davenport, dean of a

Do Democrats and Republicans Need Couple's Counseling?

Outlet: DAME Magazine

...two men. “I call. He doesn't pick up!” Barack whines. “You're smothering me!” Vlad retorts. “He keeps on putting up walls!” Barack accuses him, pouting. Vlad makes a face. Barack begins to cry. Thanks to the magic of television, it ends with a g

How Brittany Maynard renewed debate on ethics of right to die movement (+video)

Outlet: Christian Science Monitor - Online

...concerns are overblown in the face of the tiny numbers of those who actually utilize the aid-in-dying laws. “Despite the high-profile nature of this and other cases of assisted suicide, it remains extremely rare,” says James Hoefler, a politica

Political experts: Wolf will be next governor of Pennsylvania

Outlet: WPMT-TV - Online

Pennsylvania's gubernatorial race is down to the final hours. “The next 15-18 hours is about turnout. It's about mobilizing voters,” said Sarah Niebler, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Dickinson College. While Gov. Tom Corbett (R)

Water Works: Small steps can protect LeTort Spring Run

Outlet: Sentinel - Online, The

...highly skilled and enthusiastic anglers from around the world. The LeTort is among Pennsylvania's best of the best streams and, as such, need to be protected. The Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring, also known as ALLARM, an organization b

Tom vs. Tom: Voter turnout could decide governor race Tuesday

Outlet: Sentinel - Online, The

No Pennsylvania governor has been unseated in a re-election bid since the 1968 change to the state Constitution allowing the governor to seek re-election. According to polls and analysts, that might change Tuesday. Independent polls have Democratic c

Conference of geologists digs into formations in Cumberland Valley

Outlet: Sentinel - Online, The

...easily contaminated water can spread and potentially affect fish populations through a dye test in the Shippensburg area that wound its way through openings in the limestone to as far away as six miles from the original location, said Noel Potter,

Survivability, Sustainability, and Maneuverability: The Need for Joint Unity of Effort in Implementing the DOD Arctic Strategy at the Tactical and Operational Levels

Outlet: Military Review

As tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union developed in the years following World War II, United States military planners and strategists focused substantial effort and resources on the challenge of Arctic and cold weather warfare, in

Author Lorrie Moore to accept award and residency at Dickinson College

Outlet: Patriot-News - Online, The

Acclaimed author Lorrie Moore will visit Dickinson College on November 6 as she accepts the college's Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and Writers Program award. The presentation will take place on November 6 at Anita Tuvin Schlechte

Hawaii's slow-motion disaster: How does a community prepare for lava?

Outlet: Alaska Dispatch News - Online

...wall of asphalt-like lava with cold seawater. Ultimately, the progress of the lava stopped. But “there is a debate over whether the efforts had any effect because the eruption itself stopped,” says Benjamin Edwards, an associate professor of ge

Hawaii's slow-motion disaster: How does a community prepare for lava? (+video)

Outlet: Christian Science Monitor - Online

...wall of asphalt-like lava with cold seawater. Ultimately, the progress of the lava stopped. But “there is a debate over whether the efforts had any effect because the eruption itself stopped,” says Benjamin Edwards, an associate professor of ge

Monkey Cage: Ending Bulk Data Collection: Nice Idea, Wrong Bill

Outlet: Austin American-Statesman - Online

The following is a guest post by Prof. Pohlman, professor of political science at Dickinson College. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) to contribute to a feature entitled "What Can Washington Get Done in Obama's Last Two Years?" His answer: "Stop bulk data collec

The Top 5 Greenest Colleges in America

Outlet: Care2 News Network

...a 3,100-square-foot research greenhouse, aquaponics facilities and the largest geothermal facility in the Windy City where students learn how to make soap and biodiesel. The school also offers five (soon to be seven) environmental bachelor's progr

Five questions for financial adviser Jonathan Murray

Outlet: Baltimore Sun - Online

...Radio to discuss finance and serves as a director for the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Studies and the University of Maryland System Foundation. Before entering the world of finance, he was an assistant dean of admissions at his

Program aims to prevent violence at Dickinson College

Outlet: WHTM-TV - Online

...supporting the violence and allowing it to continue,' said Green DOT Coordinator Dorothy Andrews. Beyond the symbolism, wearing a Green DOT means that it - is - your business. Andrews along with student volunteers helped kick off an awarenes

Saudis at War With Islamic State Confront Echo of Kingdom's Past

Outlet: Bloomberg Businessweek - Online

...Offenders can be flogged, or beheaded for serious crimes. Islamic State and Wahhabi doctrines overlap in “puritanism and xenophobia toward non-Muslims and Shiite,” said David Commins, author of “The Wahhabi Mission and Saudi Arabia” and a profe

If I Had A Hammer…

Outlet: Jewish Week - Online, The

...smart; if a Jew is a fool, he's a damned fool.” Ideas of Jewish awkwardness, he said, have been similarly exaggerated, to the extent that, “If a Jew is clumsy, you shouldn't give him anything to hold.” Ted Merwin teaches religion and Judaic stu

Banderas, Goya de Honor

Outlet: Madrid Press

...Además, algunos de los reconocimientos que ha recibido son el Premio Donostia y Premio de Honor del Festival de Cine Fantástico y de Terror de Sitges, a los que suma la Medalla de Oro al Mérito en las Bellas Artes y varios títulos de doctor Honori

Leah Moriarty knows what makes Snowmass special

Outlet: Aspen Times - Online

Expand Photo Courtesy photo | Walker, Caroline, Leah and Bill Moriarty attend one of Walker's football games at Dickinson College. Leah Moriarty, Walker's mom, moved to Snowmass Village in 1980 and has raised her family and built her career here.

Here's what the 8 most sustainable campuses in the US are doing right

Outlet: EducationDive

...banned; by 2017, more than half of the dining hall food will come from sustainable sources; and by 2020, the school will eliminate all waste headed for landfills or incinerators. 3. Saving the stormwater at Dickinson No. 3 on the Sierra Club

Irrational Atheism

Outlet: Atlantic - Online, The

...simply cannot be true. But that's why believing it called for total passion over the course of a lifetime. Christianity was the best thing to believe in part because it was the hardest thing to believe. Presented by Crispin Sartwell teaches

Water Works: Beauty and efficiency of rain gardens

Outlet: Sentinel - Online, The

...http://extension.psu.edu. For inspiration and information related to the Chesapeake Bay watershed in particular, visit the website for Rain Gardens for The Bays at www.raingardensforthebays.org. Meghan Newell Reedy is an assistant professor of

First-year teachers on why they teach

Outlet: Boston Globe - Online

...that. He taught me how to make a mess and learn, then we'll clean it up. Dig deep. With hands-on projects, kids are learning and sometimes they don't even notice.” AMANDA DODSON, 27 Kindergarten, Cabot Elementary School, Newton BA, Americ

Welcome new members of the Cornell faculty, 2014-15

Outlet: Cornell Chronicle - Online

...parents; demography. Previous positions : Associate professor of sociology, Yale University, 2010-14; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholar, University of Michigan, 2008-10. Academic background : B.A., philosophy, sociology a

First National Community Bancorp Appoints William Bracey and Keith Eckel To Board

Outlet: Citybizlist - Charlotte/Raleigh

...issues. He is the former President of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau. Mr. Eckel was also a member of the Board of Directors of Gartmore Global Asset Management Trust, and he is a trustee of Pennsylvania State University. He attended Keystone Ju

18 Richest Health Care Billionaires In America: Medical moguls 2014 - September 30, 2014

Outlet: CEOWorld

...a bachelor's from Radford University, co-founded his first pharmaceutical firm, General Injectables & Vaccines, in 1984. 9. Judy Faulkner – $2.4 billion, ranked No. 261 in overall standings, a master's from University of Wisconsin and a bachelo

Survey to improve health options for Perry County residents

Outlet: Perry County Times - Online

...out the survey by Sept. 30 will be entered twice to win a $100 gift card while those who fill it out by Oct. 9 will be entered once, Ditzler said. Once surveys are completed, data is to be given to principal researchers, Dave Sarcone and Chad K

Medidata Appoints Mike Capone Chief Operating Officer

Outlet: HispanicBusiness.com

...innovations, and now serves more than 430,000 clients and 35 million users on its SaaS platforms. Capone is a 25-year veteran of ADP and has held positions in product development, information technology and operations. He earned a BS in computer s

ACE Makes Executive Appointments in Its Global Client Executive Practice

Outlet: Investor's Business Daily - Online

...region. Mr. Loughlin joined ACE in 2008, and previously spent 20 years with a global brokerage in various client management roles in offices in Boston, New York, Milan and Rome. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History and International