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Leicester 2 Liverpool 0: Islam Slimani and Shinji Okazaki ensure Reds miserable run continues

Leicester 2 Liverpool 0: Islam Slimani and Shinji Okazaki ensure Reds miserable run continues The Foxes make it four games without a win for Jurgen Klopp’s side at the King Power as Craig Shakespeare’s men produce second half sizzler to dump the Merseyside giants out of the Carabao Cup despite Philippe Coutinho’s return to the side The Japanese hitman replaced ... Read More »

Simi saves the day for Ireland

Simi saves the day for Ireland The bowlers stepped up for the Bangladesh A team as Ireland A were bundled out on 255 during the first day of an unofficial Test match where Ireland A’s Simi Singh smashed his maiden first class hundred after an early struggle at the Sylhet International Cricket stadium yesterday. The home side safely negotiated and ... Read More »

Convocation speaker takes on myths about Islam

Convocation speaker takes on myths about Islam Dr. Amer Ahmed delivered a stirring Maytum Convocation lecture recently at SUNY Fredonia’s King Concert Hall titled “Islam: Beyond the Myths, Breaking Down the Barriers.” Youthful, affable, charismatic, with a voice that regularly leapt from erudite to “street” in a single linguistic bound, Ahmed presented himself as the ideal spokesperson for a culture ... Read More »

New biography traces how Ali transformed the world of sports and race

New biography traces how Ali transformed the world of sports and race Long before today’s athletes took a knee on the field or stayed in the locker room during the singing of the national anthem, Muhammad Ali danced at the crossroads of sports and racial politics, luring the world’s attention. He cast a model for the defiant black athlete who ... Read More »

Women Are Playing Today, and Leading Tomorrow

Women Are Playing Today, and Leading Tomorrow WASHINGTON — As a young teenager in Kabul, Afghanistan, Hajar Abulfazl occasionally took an unconventional route to soccer practice. It wasn’t down a street or through a neighborhood that might have taken her on a scenic path instead of a quick one. It was through an open window. Abulfazl had to sneak out ... Read More »

Somebody lied: Education alone can’t dismantle white supremac

Somebody lied: Education alone can’t dismantle white supremacy Editor’s note: Once a month, the National Interest column will tackle broader questions about what the country should do to increase educational opportunities for black youths. Americans like to think that if individuals are educated in great schools, they can pull themselves up by their proverbial bootstraps and bring their families with ... Read More »

Education is the key, here are some ideas

Education is the key, here are some ideas It is easy to become discouraged these days in New Mexico as crime is out of control, our economy is in shambles and our public education system is among the worst in the country. As difficult as it is to acknowledge these hard truths, doing so also points the way to an ... Read More »

National lab scientists assail state education proposal

National lab scientists assail state education proposal SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Dozens of scientists and engineers at a national nuclear weapons laboratory in New Mexico are voicing disagreement with public school science standards proposed by the state, cautioning that the guidelines could weaken the study of climate change, evolution and earth sciences. Sixty-one senior technical staff at Los Alamos ... Read More »

School Reforms Roadmap Program: Education sector shows phenomenal progress, says CM

School Reforms Roadmap Program: Education sector shows phenomenal progress, says CM –School Reforms Roadmap Program team pays tribute to Shehbaz for outstanding progress –Shehbaz says 4300 schools outsourced under private-public partnership –The chief minister says enrolment from private schools to public schools is increased to 33 per cent LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday said the education ... Read More »

University of Montreal seeks French students rejected at home

University of Montreal seeks French students rejected at home The University of Montreal has set up a campaign to actively target students from France who missed out on a university place at home. According to La Presse, 3,700 prospective students in France did not receive a university place this year in the wake of higher education funding cuts and a ... Read More »