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  • Asociación de escritores celebra Primera Feria del Libro Hispana en Orlando

     Asociación de escritores  celebra Primera Feria del Libro Hispana en Orlando
    Muchos inmigrantes tenemos una historia que contar, pero pocos queremos buscar quienes la quieran oír. Sin embargo, un valiente grupo decidido a plasmar sus vidas y emociones en blanco y negro, ha logrado su espacio en Florida Central — al margen del veredicto de las grandes editoriales.
  • READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac University Names Kevin R. Convey Chair Of The Department Of Journalism

    Newspaper veteran Kevin R. Convey, a former editor-in-chief at the New York Daily News, has been named chair of the Department of Journalism at Quinnipiac University. Convey, of Brockton, Mass. and New York City, brings a wealth of experience to the...

    For students who transfer, lost credits can doom college hopes

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Credits lost in the transfer process are a major reason why students who start at community colleges fail to eventually complete a four-year degree, a new study shows. The research by two City University of New York academics...

    Twitter fight: Al Roker, weatherman, takes on New York Mayor De Blasio

    Twitter fight: Al Roker, weatherman, takes on New York Mayor De Blasio
    NEW YORK -- He’s been in charge for only about a month, but New York’s Mayor Bill de Blasio has already angered one famous city resident: Al Roker, weatherman of NBC and Weather Channel fame, who took off on the mayor on Twitter.  Despite...

    JHU plan to pay graduate students more but trim their numbers is under fire

    JHU plan to pay graduate students more but trim their numbers is under fire
    Johns Hopkins graduate students and professors are calling for a moratorium on the university's plan to increase stipends for graduate students in the arts and humanities while shrinking their numbers, saying it could stymie research and the free flow...