BUSINESS

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U.S. Economy: Near Term Looks Steady but a Crisis is Brewing
By
Newsroom Staff
According to Beacon Economics’ new outlook for the U.S. economy, the economy will continue its steady expansion for the foreseeable
Workers Tell DHL to Rescind Elimination of Full-Time Positions, Improve Working Conditions
By
Enterprise Editor
Sort workers at DHL’s global hub at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) are calling for the company to recognize their

CLIMATE

CHANGE

Countries Urged to Strengthen Protection of Antarctic Peninsula and Krill Fishery
By
Environmental Reporter
The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition (ASOC) is urging governments at a key meeting this week to bolster political will
U.S. Department of State Announces 20 Scholars for Fourth Fulbright Arctic Initiative
By
Staff Writer
Furthering the U.S. government’s efforts to address security and sustainability in the Arctic, the U.S. Department of State announced 20

TECH

NEWS

New Drug to Control Pain Related to Cancer Treatment Originally Developed at Stony Brook Gets FDA Clearance
By
Executive Editor
Six years ago Stony Brook University through the Research Foundation for the State University of New York licensed a promising
Gender Disparity in Biomedical Science Research Funding and Tenure Spotlighted in Recent Study
By
Executive Editor
Women increasingly populate the ranks of doctoral degree holders in U.S. life-science fields — from 32-38 percent in the mid-1980s

PUBLIC

INTEREST

Agile Patriot Preps Airmen for Challenges
By
Associate Writer
The Air Force Materiel Command held its annual Agile Patriot conference July 9-11, at the National Museum of the U.S.
U.S. Department of Energy Announces Nearly $2 Billion to Support American Auto Workers, Convert Facilities for Electric Vehicles
By
Technology Reporter
As part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $1.7 billion to support the

CULTURE

NEWS

Valerie Grant, CFA, Discusses What Makes the Martha’s Vineyard Museum Special
By
Culture Editor
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, stands as a beacon of cultural heritage, artistic expression, and historic preservation.
Alex Jiheng Bi – The Talented Chinese Pianist Who Fascinates With His Music – Between Empathy and Technique
By
Culture Editor
The piano is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beloved and versatile musical instruments. Its ability to evoke many emotions

MUSIC

NEWS

KCRW and Metro Art to Host Special Nights of Music at Union Station in Downtown LA
By
Senior Writer
On July 20 and 27, KCRW and Metro Art will team up for two special nights of music from 6:00
Meghan Trainor Hosts Ultimate Party and Concert With Royal Caribbean International
By
Senior Writer
The invitation of the summer is here: Royal Caribbean International and GRAMMY-winning artist Meghan Trainor are hosting the ultimate party

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