Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Receives Livestock Technology in a $40,000 Donation

ClicRtechnologies donated a Bovine Solution System to Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) Friday to assist with weighing practices of its livestock. ABAC plans to utilize the ClicRweight Bovine Solution System at its J.G. Woodroof Farm. Eliminating transport for weighing, tracking …

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College of the Holy Cross Shuts Down All In-Person Activities Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

The College of The Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, has restricted all in-person activities until Wednesday at the earliest due to 40 new cases linked to campus gatherings. The Massachusetts college’s shutdown include all sports, closure of the library and …

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Cannabis Company Donates $70,000 to Start Cannabis Program at Shawnee Community College

The nation’s largest aeroponic cannabis cultivator donated $70,000 to the Shawnee Community College to kickstart a cannabis work force training program. Aerīz, a cannabis company most known for its enviromentally-friendly production, made the donation to continue union job growth in …

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Roanoke College Unveils Plaques Honoring The Slaves That Helped Build The Institution

Roanoke College unveiled commemorative plaques on its campus to honor the slaves that helped build the campus nearly two centuries ago in a ceremony Thursday. The plaques, now hanging on the twin pillars outside Roanake’s administrative building, reads, “HONORING THE …

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Albion College Student Suspended for Racist Graffiti While Investigation Continues

A student at Albion College faces suspension for racist graffiti he allegedly put up in the dorms last week after video surveillance surfaced. The graffiti displayed anti-African American slurs along with references to the Ku Klux Klan. The Michigan-based college …

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Sacramento State Students Challenge “CARmencement” with Petition

Some Sacramento State students are demanding the university to allow graduates to walk across a stage for their commencement following what they considered a misleading “CARmencement” proposal. Sac State sent out surveys in December polling its seniors on three possible …

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European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) Backs Mandatory Child COVID-19 Vaccinations

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) backed the rules of Czech banning children who haven’t been inoculated against COVID-19 from going to school. The judges backed the Czech legislation by 16 to 1. “The… measures could be regarded as …

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