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Archive for October 2012

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“Music that’s Making aDifference” By: Amber Monroe ~ Hairstylist and Makeup Artist www.Wix.com/BeautyByAmber/DFW www.Twitter.com/HairMakeupAmber 817-983-4255 Recently I was fortunate enough to sit down with the young and upcoming Dallaship hop duo Juan G. and Will Foe to talk a little about Hip Hop style, what ittakes to stand out in the music industry, and the…

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What Makes Two of Dallas Independent Schools the Top in the Nation?

– More thantwo-thirds of new jobs require some postsecondary education according to theNational Association of Secondary School Principals. With America’s studentsnot taking enough advanced courses in chemistry and physics compared toindustrialized countries, much is written about the mediocrity of its schools’performance on standardized test such as the 2009 administration of the Programfor International Student Assessment.…

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Hardin-Simmons University Credits Tuition Freeze with New Student Increase

This fall’s incoming freshmen and transfer students arepaying the same tuition rate as last fall’s incoming students. That, incombination with HSU’s long-running tuition guarantee, known as the HSU Commitment,continues to make HSU a very attractive college choice option. Hardin-Simmons University president, Dr. Lanny Hall, toldstudents, faculty, and staff gathered for convocation ceremonies today inBehrens Auditorium,…

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McMurry University named top tier, Most Diverse in latest U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges Guide

ABILENE, Texas – McMurry University is proud to be recognized as a top-ranked institutionfor the 17th consecutive year by U.S. News and World Report Best CollegeGuide. McMurry also was again recognized as one of the mostracially-diverse universities in its region. McMurry competed with otherinstitutions in the Western Region of the Comprehensive Colleges-Bachelor’scategory for these rankings.…

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Smarties and Dum-Dums get Snickers at Holland School Picnic

A Holland School of Sciences and Mathematics T-shirt and a Nalgenewater bottle with the Holland logo were the prizes students received for simplyshowing up to the party on the observatory lawn. Dr. Andrea Jensen, head of the biology department and assistantprofessor of biology, says the idea for the kick-off-the-year picnic came fromsome of her student…

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An Unhappy Median

– Although there isstill a debate between those who say “Happy Median” and “Happy Medium,” despitethe latter being in the overwhelming majority, there is no doubt that intoday’s parlance “median” is the topic of conversation; but, it is definitelynot a happy median. To the contrary, the topic on the minds of many in thiscountry is…

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Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas, Texas Veterans Commission & Texas Medical Center to Provide Job Fair Event for Veterans

Abilene, Texas—The Texas Workforce Commission,Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas, Texas Veterans Commission andTexas Medical Center have joined together to provide a job fair specificallyfor regional veterans. This job fair isdesigned to connect regional veterans with Texas employers, who can benefit fromveterans’ experience and discipline.There is no cost to job seekers to attend this event.…

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Seven Tips for Establishing Good Credit

Having a good credit score is increasingly important, as more Americans rely on credit to make daily and major purchases. Not only can poor credit history hurt you when you’re taking out a loan, signing a lease or buying a car, but some employers do credit checks on job applicants — weeding out anyone who…

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Your Cool Car is Your Old Car, Repowered

Thereare many car owners across the country who simply love the way their car looks,drives and feels, and they want to keep it forever. When serious engine troublestrikes, installing a remanufactured/rebuilt engine is an ideal way toeconomically extend your vehicle’s life so you can keep the “coolest” cararound. Forthe cost of an average down payment…

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