Editor’s note: This is the second part of a two-part article. The first part was published in the Jan. 31 issue of Agri-View.
How an old loop of railroads is changing the face of a city
Urban planner Ryan Gravel shares the story of how his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, rallied to build a massive urban park that will transform an abandoned ra...
Volleyball Faces Top Foes In Houston
The Bearkat volleyball team faces another weekend against stiff competition as Sam Houston heads to Houston for the Rice Adidas Invitational Friday and Saturday
Shaping their futures through lessons in Africa
The friendship between a student and his mentor brought about a program that makes life-changing learning experiences in Africa open to more students. Augustana Transformative Learning and Service (ATLAS) is a $2,000 grant that can be used with Augie Choice or independently.
How Camus Faced History
He wrote with dignity, at a moment when restoring dignity to public language was necessary, and he slowed public language at a time when history was moving too fast.
The changing face of urban education
The college is helping students and teachers in urban schools succeed, embrace culture and overcome life's challenges.
How the Face of College is Changing
More and more students head to college every year, but the students filling the classrooms might look different from what you would expect. More individuals are returning to college later in life. Some of these adult students change career paths, while others wish to learn new skills. While there are many reasons an individual may choose to go back to school, one thing is certain: Hodges University can provide an outstanding education to help any student accomplish his or her goals. With a…
Farmers face new tax rules
Editor’s note: This is part 1 of IRS help for farmers.
Why Do We See Faces in Objects?
The part of the brain that recognizes faces, fusiform gyrus, can spot a face in under 130 milliseconds, but sometimes objects can trigger it as well. This st...
Shipping Industry and Insurers Face Uncertain New Fuel Risks and Rules
Faced with imminent new global marine pollution rules, shipping companies and insurers are puzzling over the risks. To reduce emissions of toxic sulfur
Why we are so fascinated by the 'perfect face'?
Yet another survey has revealed what the 'perfect female face' looks like. But what do these findings actually tell us?
Wellesley Faculty Share Their Suggestions for New Face of $10
The US Treasury Department recently announced that the new $10 bill, to be released in 2020, will feature a woman. Wellesley faculty members share their suggestions.
Early upsets changing face of A-10 race
Dayton Flyers try to get back on track Saturday at Duquesne
Flooded farmers face growing dilemma in warming world
CRESCENT, Iowa >> Frogs, carp and bugs thrived all summer in murky floodwaters where Gene Walter should have planted corn and soybeans. Last year’s ruined crop spilled from metal storage bins that burst nine months ago when the Missouri River surged through two levees near his southwest Iowa farm.
A Face-to-Face Meeting Is Still the Best Way to Build Strong Relationships
As you get out of your office to meet with peers, customers, and others face-to-face, here are some tips for how to build relationships that will be much more meaningful and rewarding than simply growing your LinkedIn network.
Five fears marketers should face
Courageous marketers are breaking barriers in many areas. It’s the only way to ride today’s rapid cycles of change and increase customer engagement.
Buffs Ready To Face No. 13 Ducks
Since the beginning of the season, Colorado coach Mel Tucker has been pleased with his team's effort. From his point of view, the 3-2 Buffs (1-1 Pac-12) have played hard every week.
Campaign Pushes For a Woman’s Face on $20 Bill
The Women On 20s campaign is working towards getting a woman’s portrait on the $20 bill.
How the brain spots a friendly face in the crowd
According to research by University of Chicago neuroscientists, both space-based and feature-based attention influence each other to help us find what we are looking for, like a face in a crowd.
Top Issues Church Planters Face, Introduction
I planted my first church in Buffalo, New York in 1988. Ready for a blazing flash of the obvious? The world has changed since then and so has church planting. Michael Rowe would likely classify church ...