eSports and HBCUs: A Conversation with David Hughes

Hampton University will become the first HBCU with an eSports gaming lab Historically, Blacks and Hispanics in the United States have been ‘late to the game’ or ‘sidelined’ in matters involving technological advances. The digital divide is the term we use to describe this gap in technology access between the haves and the have-nots. In…

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Clovis only made stone tools for about 300 years

The Clovis, some of North America’s earliest inhabitants, only made stone tools during a brief 300-year period from 13,050 to 12,750 years ago, new research shows. There is much debate surrounding the age of the Clovis—a prehistoric culture named for stone tools found near Clovis, New Mexico in the early 1930s—who once occupied North America…

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Simple skin test identifies Parkinson’s disease

A simple skin test can accurately identify Parkinson’s disease, researchers report. Physicians currently diagnose patients using clinical signs and symptoms but a definitive diagnosis can only come during an autopsy. Parkinson’s disease is commonly misdiagnosed early, complicating clinical trials of potential treatments. The study, published in the journal Movement Disorders, shows how a chemical assay…

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Becoming an Everyday Millionaire

My husband and I are on our way to becoming millionaires. Although it has always been one of my life’s goals, my husband couldn’t care less as long as he can play golf in retirement. However, after reading Everyday Millionaires by Chris Hogan, I can confirm we are on the right path as long as…

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Clovis only made stone tools for about 300 years

The Clovis, some of North America’s earliest inhabitants, only made stone tools during a brief 300-year period from 13,050 to 12,750 years ago, new research shows. There is much debate surrounding the age of the Clovis—a prehistoric culture named for stone tools found near Clovis, New Mexico in the early 1930s—who once occupied North America…

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Simple skin test identifies Parkinson’s disease

A simple skin test can accurately identify Parkinson’s disease, researchers report. Physicians currently diagnose patients using clinical signs and symptoms but a definitive diagnosis can only come during an autopsy. Parkinson’s disease is commonly misdiagnosed early, complicating clinical trials of potential treatments. The study, published in the journal Movement Disorders, shows how a chemical assay…

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