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UMES dining series returns

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It’s officially fall. The cooler weather and an appetite for something warm from the oven go hand-in-hand. Just in time, the University of Maryland...

Ashley Peterson: Poultry accusations based on opinions, not science

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Re: “Salmonella warning: Shore residents more likely to be infected; microbiologists look for links,” Sept. 9 Remarks The Daily Times attributed to Salina Parveen, a...

Howard University Hospital, nurses to restart negotiations

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Howard University Hospital and its nurses union are returning to the negotiating table this week, forestalling a picket line that had been slated for...

Annual HBCU Conference Features Green Initiatives, Fundraisers

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Hundreds of educators and agencies that support education from around the country converged on the Grand Hyatt hotel in Washington D.C. on Sept. 26-27...

Fuel Pizza headed to Howard University area

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Fuel Pizza has signed a lease near Howard University, according to the broker who represents the pizzeria. Fuel will occupy about 2,300 square feet at...

19 Howard University students file lawsuit due to roaches, rats and mold

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A roach on the wall! A roach in an underwear drawer! A roach on the desk! Those are just three of the places cockroaches...

Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute marks 2 years in operation

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Two years ago, in September 2010, the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute treated its first patient for prostate cancer. After years of planning and...

Dr. Oz at Howard University

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D.C. had a visit from TV personality Dr. Mehmet Oz on Wednesday, and a chance to get preventative health care. On Howard University's campus, Oz...

Dr. Melanye Maclin on The HBCU Buzz Show

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This week's HBCU Buzz Show "Who Runs The World: HBCU Women of Power" will highlight a few amazing HBCU women who have excelled both...

UA at Pine Bluff specialist predicts lowered livestock fertility

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As if drought damage to pastures and high hay and feed prices aren’t enough, livestock producers may see reduced fertility in their breeding herds...

Meningitis vaccine not deterring enrollment

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The controversial vaccine for a bacterial form of meningitis has not — despite fears — threatened many students’ ability to attend local universities. The vaccination,...

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