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DePaul vs. Loyola Game Preview

We preview the Blue Demons battle with the Loyola Ramblers at Wintrust Arena on Saturday afternoon in this report. DePaul Blue Demons (6-0) vs. Loyola Ramblers (6-2) Saturday, December 4th, 3:00 p.m. Central – Wintrust Arena, Chicago, Illinois. How to Watch on Television – FOX Sports 1. Where to Listen...
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Davidson seeking another term as Sessions Court Judge

COCKE COUNTY—Brad L. Davidson has announced his candidacy in the Republican primary for General Sessions Court Judge for Cocke County. Davidson has been serving as the General Sessions Judge in the Fourth Judicial District for the last seven years. Prior to his election he served as the Assistant Public Defender encompassing Cocke, Grainger, Sevier and Jefferson counties. Before joining the Public Defender’s office, Davidson was in the private practice of law for seven years.
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From Sherlock Holmes to ‘The Spore’

East Grand Rapids—In the same week she was wrapping up her role in the East Grand Rapids Middle School’s production of “Sherlock Holmes and the First Baker Street Irregular,” ​Zoë Cunningham also had a chance to see herself in the worldwide premiere of a horror movie called “The Spore.”. In...
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DePaul University To Move Classes Online For First 2 Weeks Of Winter Quarter Due To COVID-19 Concerns

CHICAGO (CBS) — DePaul University is moving the first two weeks of its winter quarter online, due both to concerns about the omicron variant of COVID-19 and the possibility of a winter surge. University officials said because classes there start right before the New Year, the first two weeks of winter quarter courses – from Monday, Jan. 3, to Saturday, Jan. 15 – will be held online. Exceptions may be made for courses that cannot be held online. The fall quarter at DePaul has already ended. In-person classes are expected to resume Tuesday, Jan. 18., after the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King...

Budding artists brush up on holiday spirit at the Kenosha Public Museum

Gaitan is a proud Kenosha native who has covered his local community for much of his professional career. The DePaul University graduate served previously as an award-winning writer for the Kenosha News. A group of lively women got into the holiday spirit with wine and paints Thursday evening. Attendees created...

The life of our president, Father Maher

In the small community of Niagara University lives a well-known figure with a lesser-known story. Everyone affiliated with the school knows its president, Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., more commonly known as Father Maher. They see his face all over the university on posters and stickers, in pictures and in person. However, most students would not know that he used to play baseball and basketball or that he loves to travel and has been to multiple countries in Southeast Asia.

Butler vs DePaul : What you need to know

Redshirt sophomore guard Tenley Dowell dribbles past a Western Illinois defender in a matchup on Nov. 13. The Bulldogs went on to lose 46-73. Photo courtesy of John Fetcho. The women’s basketball team has gotten off to a very difficult start this season. The Bulldogs currently sit at 0-6, and have lost all but one of their games by double digits. Friday night’s Big East-opening matchup on the road versus DePaul will prove to be one of the Dawg’s hardest matchups so far. The Blue Demons have been receiving top 25 votes all season long, and are expected to be one of the top teams in the Big East this season.

Familiar classics await audiences at Gamm, PPAC, Trinity Rep

WARWICK, R.I. — The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre is celebrating the season with a funny, exuberant, heart-warming and spirit-lifting production of “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.”. The play blends two worlds: The Bedford Falls of Frank Capra’s classic holiday movie “It’s a Wonderful Life,” and a radio station...

PR Pros See ’22 as ‘Year of the Employee,’ Yet Heavy Workload on Social Issues Looms

[Editor’s Note: Our annual predictions feature closed late last month, days before news of another COVID-19 variant broke. One theme touched on repeatedly, as Professor LaShonda Eaddy predicts, is that in 2022, companies will avoid social issues at their peril. Other predictions varied. Bliss Group’s Bob Pearson sees few limits to technology, while Karen Jones of Ryder System warns of losing the human touch. Social media, trust and AI are table stakes. Relative to previous years, our pros barely mentioned them. Yet healthcare communication, particularly healthcare equity and ESG, are prominent. And accessibility is mentioned. New this year, a faux ‘Headlines We’d Like to See in 2022.’ Our way of wishing you a Happy New Year. An edited version of this article will run in the December 2021 PDF edition of PRNEWS.]

Top 10 Cybersecurity Colleges in the U.S. in 2022 | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

With millions of job vacancies and attractive salaries, cybersecurity offers a great job market for students. This article discusses the top 10 leading institutions in the U.S that offer cybersecurity degrees. It also shares the key curriculum components for a cybersecurity course to help you shortlist a college. Key Must-Have...

Tap Into GoMotion Reporting to Maximize Your Income

Between charges, payments, credits, and more, we know that working on your finances can be stressful. But with GoMotion’s reporting tools, you can stay on top of all your business finance needs with ease. As the year comes to an end, it is important to have a complete understanding of your finances and collect any outstanding balances so that you can start the new year on the right foot.