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NAS and AAAS start FSPs

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FSU to step up sexual assault prevention

Following a federal investigation into Florida State University’s responses to sexual assault, university administrators are making changes to ensure the student body’s safety on campus.

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Classifieds – July 23, 2014

The Daily Trojan features Classified advertising in each day’s edition. Here you can read, search, and even print out each day’s edition of the Classifieds.

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Six inches or less, Fort Collins grass laws

Grass: in Fort Collins, if residents grow it, they better mow it – if not, they might be fined. Fort Collins’ city code clearly defines the city’s expectations of yard maintenance – no rubbish heaps, no brush piles or noxious weeds and no rundown fences. Among other requirements, the code also dictates the maximum length of [...]

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Social media marketing pushing toward a Chipotle in Provo

Some BYU students are leading the charge to bring a Chipotle Mexican Grill to Provo, but there are hurdles to jump before there are burritos to eat. Because the corporation does not franchise restaurants, some Provo residents used Twitter hashtags and social media strategies to get attention from management. This Chipotle pull is a prime [...]

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Closing Bell Opens Doors for A New Generation of Financial Planners

* TD Ameritrade Institutional’s 2014 Student Scholars and Grant Winners Head to Wall Street to Raise Awareness of Career Opportunities in Financial Planning JERSEY CITY, N.J., July 23, 2014 — The job outlook for financial planners is bright, but Millennials have yet to see the light. In fact, fewer than 700 students completed bachelor’s degrees [...]

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Oregon picked to win Pac-12 in preseason media poll

For the fourth time in five years, Oregon was picked to win the Pac-12 championship in a preseason poll of media members who cover the league. Listed in the top spot of the North Division by 37 of the 39 pollsters and to win the Pac-12 title game by 24 voters, the Ducks collected 232 points [...]

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BOBO Drinks brings a new twist to the boba scene

Michelle Kim/Staff With a milk tea shop around every corner, it’s hard to imagine yet another boba restaurant thriving in this competitive industry. Despite the rivalry, we think BOBO Drinks has what it takes to become the next big thing to hit Berkeley’s drink scene. BOBO Drinks, located at 2032 Shattuck Ave., is a short walk [...]

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No longer a ‘safety school’

By: Tyler Gieseke More applications from prospective University of Minnesota students are rolling in than ever before, which has helped push the University to become a more selective institution. Record numbers of applicants to the University have poured in nearly every year for the past decade, and administrators are embracing the trend, saying it allows [...]

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Hancock discusses College Football Playoff at Big 12 Media Days

College football is ditching the computers and formulas in favor of picking the best team this season when it comes to postseason football. After 16 seasons and 72 total games, the Bowl Championship Series has been replaced with the long-awaited College Football Playoffs. Executive Director of the College Football Playoff Bill Hancock took to the [...]

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