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Court rules UCLA professor can’t be prosecuted for conflict of interest

A state appeals court ruled Wednesday that a UCLA political science professor cannot be criminally prosecuted for an alleged conflict of interest after he was involved in the hiring of his wife as a program assistant at the university. According to court documents, Michael Lofchie was responsible for hiring his wife, Kelly Comras, for a [...]

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Interactive UT History Timeline

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Classifieds – August 29, 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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GameDay: Don’t sleep on Royce Freeman

Royce Freeman has undoubtedly been the most intriguing topic of discussion this offseason. The problem is, the true freshman has yet to play in a college football game. The 6-foot, 227-pound, five-star running back out of Imperial High School may already be drawing comparisons to Jonathan Stewart for his strength and speed, but the general [...]

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Britain and China: The New Deal on Nuclear Power and High-Speed Rail

One hundred and fifty years ago, Britain laid the tracks of China’s first railroad. Last month, Britain agreed to allow Chinese firms both to build and operate rail lines and to design, own, andoperate a nuclear power station in Britain as part of a $23.8 billion set of trade deals betweenthe two countries. The deals [...]

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49ers respond in 2nd half, win 33-9

The Charlotte 49ers (1-0) kicked it into gear in the second half as they coasted to a 33-9 victory over the Campbell Fighting Camels (0-1) on the road on Thursday night. Running back tandem Kalif Phillips and true freshman Maetron Thomas sparked the 49ers offense that struggled throughout the entirety of the first half. Phillips [...]

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Jordan Lee: Florida State, Melvin Gordon to impress in 2014 college football season

College football is back. Which means football is back. Football season kicks off Thursday – and this weekend – when the majority of teams play their first games of the season. I’m just going to ignore the riveting Georgia State vs. Abilene Christian game from Wednesday, as I’m sure you did. A lot has transpired [...]

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Mesmerizing show

Students get charged up at annual hypnosis show | Caitlin Martin reporter | Fryendz Wallace spent his night on Wednesday playing the role of a member of the Laughter Police by the name of Officer Laughs-a-Lot. With a serious demeanor, he handed out tickets to members of Terry DaVolt’s audience who showed even a hint [...]

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Union Expo and Activities Carnival showcase

Thursday night, the K-State Student Union was host to approximately 220 student organizations for the Union Expo and Activities Carnival. Even with maps to assist in navigating the maze of booths and displays, there’s a chance that some groups could have been overlooked by passersby. Here are a few organizations that students might have missed: [...]

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GSU student in critical condition

UPDATE Aug. 28, 7:35 p.m.: Rude Rudy’s announced through its Facebook page that it will not be open tonight. Grant Spencer, the suspect in the case, was not working at the time of the incident and has been terminated, according to the Facebook post. Rude Rudy’s will not make any further comments regarding the case [...]

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