NY Will Ease COVID Rules For Schools

NY will ease COVID rules for schools: ‘We’ve been through that experiment,’ Hochul says New York state will end many of its COVID-19 rules for schools this academic year, including random testing for students, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Monday. As kids get ready to return to classrooms in the coming […]

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Students Get $3.9B in Debt Cancellation

Students who used federal loans to attend ITT Technical Institute as far back as 2005 will automatically get that debt canceled after authorities found “widespread and pervasive misrepresentations” at the defunct for-profit college chain, the Biden administration announced Tuesday. The action will cancel $3.9 billion in federal student debt for […]

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How to Play Chess

Chess is a very popular two-player strategy game thought to have originated in India many centuries ago. To win the game, you must “checkmate” your opponent by moving your pieces such that the opponent’s king faces a threat of capture that can’t be eliminated. Although it has a set of […]

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How to Write a Short Story

For many writers, the short story is the perfect medium. It is a refreshing activity. For many, it is as natural as breathing is to lungs. While writing a novel can be a Herculean task, just about anybody can craft—and, most importantly, finish—a short story. Writing a novel can be […]

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Mysterious ‘Time Cohort’ Cancer Cluster

‘A cancer cluster is defined as a greater-than-expected number of cancer cases that occurs within a group of people in a geographic area over a period of time’   The Township of Woodbridge is investigating a medical mystery of more than 100 cases of brain tumors linked to alumni and […]

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