A.C.E is finally coming back to the USA with their second tour!

A.C.E returning to the U.S with the UNDER COVER tour

This winter South Korean boy band A.C.E is coming back with their newly announced tour A.C.E CONCERT [UNDERCOVER: AREA US].

The tour will kick off in Chicago on December 1; and in the span of three weeks, the members of the band will meet their fans in a total of 10 different cities all across the United States.

University group lists Holocaust victims ... except Jews

(THE JC) The University College Union (UCU) has apologised after it left out Jews from a description of the different groups murdered in the Holocaust, an omission the chief executive of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust called “completely unacceptable”.

The UCU had sent out an e-mail to branch and local association secretaries, in which chapters of the union were encouraged to observe HMD 2020, which takes place on January 27.

MarketersMEDIA Press Release Expands Distribution List with USA Today

MarketersMEDIA is excited for the new collaboration with USA Today that will further boost their clientele exposure in the United States.

New York, United States - October 3, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

MarketersMEDIA welcomes USA Today as both news sites have entered into an official collaboration where MarketersMEDIA will become a new endpoint for USA Today press release submission.

Michael Brown on Federal Judge Rebukes University for Its ‘Ludicrous’ Anti-Christian Discrimination

(Facebook/InterVarsity USA)

In July 2018, the University of Iowa and its officials restricted from their campus InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (ICF), along with some other religious groups. This was because ICF had the audacity to require that its campus group leaders were Christians.

Last week, “A federal court ruled University of Iowa officials must pay out of their own pockets for discriminating against a prominent Christian student group, calling the university’s conduct ‘ludicrous’ and ‘incredibly baffling’ during a hearing last week.”

University of Maiduguri to ensure safety of students, personnel

The University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), has reiterated commitments to ensure the protection and safety of lives and property of students and other cadres of personnel in the school.

Prof. Danjuma Gambo, the Director, Radio and Public Relations, gave the assurance in a statement issued on Thursday in Maiduguri.

Gambo also dismissed as “unfounded, rumour and uninformed” social media reports indicating that 18 suspected cultists arrested by the police, who claimed to be students of the university were informants on the payroll of Boko Haram insurgents.

International Conference on Rural Development in South Asia at Utkal University

Bhubaneswar: The department of Sociology and Global Centre for Rural Studies, on the eve of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, have organized an International Conference on the theme, interrogating the trends of Rural Development and Social Transformation in South Asia from 2nd to 4th October 2019 in collaboration with Indian Sociological Society and Indian Anthropological Society.

Court: University officials 'personally' liable for rights violations

University officials who shut down a Christian student club because members refused to follow a “non-discrimination” policy requiring them to allow atheists to lead Bible studies now can be “personally” liable for damages to the club.

The decision comes from a federal judge in the case brought by the InterVarsity Club at the University of Iowa.

A court already ruled that the university and its officials “violated the law when they kicked InterVarsity off campus for asking its leaders to be Christian,” according to the non-profit legal group Becket.

3 Time School Dropout to Dream Chaser: Do You Really Need An Education to Succeed? ft. Imran Md Ali

There’s a line of thought that’s gained popularity lately, that says that entrepreneurs really don’t need college… Despite what we’ve been told our entire lives. But what education DO entrepreneurs need? In pursuit of some clarity, we sat down with Imran Md Ali, a serial entrepreneur who has succeeded by many of today’s standards, such as speaking at the UN and leading several massively successful businesses.

As a three-time school dropout, we were interested to know from Ali’s perspective: Do you need an education? 

The Two Types of Education

Southern Utah University students join worldwide protest to better inform community on environmental issues

ST. GEORGE — Southern Utah University students stepped out of class to participate in an international strike at the local level.

The worldwide strikes began Sept. 20, three days before the United Nations Summit on Climate Change in New York City, and are scheduled to end Friday. According to a press release from the “Strike With Us” campaign, over 4 million people were expected to have participated in last week’s protest.


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