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The Oceanfront branch of the Virginia Beach Public Library (VBPL) will close for renovations starting Saturday, June 26 at 5 p.m. Customers with items on hold can pick them up at the Great Neck Area Library at 1251 Bayne Drive, starting Monday, June 28 at 10 a.m. During the shutdown, …

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Penn Graduate School of Education Faculty Recognition Award 2021

Penn Graduate School of Education Faculty Recognition Award 2021 This year, the Graduate School of Education (GSE) is honoring offending members for their student services. This award is given to professors who have gone above and beyond to help, support and / or mentor students during this academic year. These …

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The 5 rarest Mass Effect events

With Mass Effect With the Legendary Edition finally out, it’s high time fans of the franchise relive the moments that made this series great, from Garrus’ calibration to Mordin’s catchy take on Gilbert and Sullivan. It’s also a great opportunity for new players who missed the original trilogy from 2007-2012 …

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Random Encounters in JRPGs Ruin the Genre

JRPGs are more popular than ever thanks to big titles like Yakuza and Persona. So why does the genre rely on dated mechanics like random encounters? Random encounters have been a staple of roleplaying video games since 1981’s Wizardry, and the immense success of the Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy franchises …

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How to participate in reading activities this summer

Summer readings and activities are back at your Ames Public Library! Thanks to technology, the library has continued to meet challenges and reading activities throughout the pandemic, but this summer will be more like a normal summer. For young people, a normal summer means the end of school. It means …

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Seven steps higher education must take to keep pace with changes in our society (opinion)

America’s higher education is undergoing a transformation as the nation shifts from a national analog industrial economy to a global digital knowledge economy. The Industrial Revolution was the only other period in American history when the country and its colleges experienced change of this magnitude, duration, and magnitude. Looking back …

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Potters chosen for a national event | News, Sports, Jobs

Members of the East Liverpool Division II District Championship bowling team are (front, from left) Gavin Maze, Anthony DeMarco, Logan Simms; (back, from left) Head Coach Lori DeMarco, Derek Klein, Paxton Grimes, Nathan Kelly, Jordan Wolf and Coach Jeremy Maze. The Potters, who competed in the state tournament in February, …

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Kevin Bacon Returns to His Horror Genre Roots in Upcoming Remake of “Toxic Avenger” –

Actor Kevin Bacon has long held an affectionate toe in the genre of horror films – and with good reason: one of the first films on this industry stalwarts impressive resume – which includes such classic films as JFK, A Few Good Men, Diner, Footloose, Mystic River and (my personal …

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Story Time, Library Activities – The Daily Eastern News

The Charleston Carnegie Public Library will be offering free craft activities for children and teens for a second week, June 14-20. The stencil-on-fabric activity that was originally scheduled for June 7 had to be delayed due to weather issues. It was moved from 10:30 a.m. to noon on June 16 …

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Using the flag as a weapon, Holocaust education, firearms

Using the flag as a weapon is the worst desecration June 14 is Flag Day. On numerous occasions, but more frequently in recent years, I have listened to people of all ages and from all walks of life express their disappointment and in some cases their anger at actions that …

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