Adobe pulls Flash from Android Google Play
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Adobe pulls Flash from Android Google Play

Adobe sentenced Flash to mobile death row earlier this summer, announcing their plans to pull Flash from the Google Play store on Aug. 15. On Aug. 15, they pulled the plugin, making users unable to update or install Adobe Flash on their Android device. Continue reading

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Israeli Apartheid Week ignites rhetoric discussion
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Israeli Apartheid Week ignites rhetoric discussion

Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) hosted “Israeli Apartheid Week,” an annual series of events dedicated to labeling the State of Israel an apartheid state. The name of the event, which is held across college campuses around the world, caused controversy across DePaul’s campus. More than fifty university members signed an open letter which claimed … Continue reading

New contraceptives mandate doesn’t change much for DePaul
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New contraceptives mandate doesn’t change much for DePaul

The Catholic Church is scrutinizing the Obama administration’s new mandate requiring religious-based institutions to provide contraception for their employees, despite a new compromise announced Friday. The Obama administration’s mandate ignited a religious debate, with many Catholic institutions crying out that the new mandate was a breach of their religious freedom. With the mandate’s new changes, … Continue reading

School board hears options to ease overcrowding at Hollis/Brookline High
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School board hears options to ease overcrowding at Hollis/Brookline High

This article was originally published in the Nashua Telegraph. HOLLIS — Portable classrooms could be the solution to Hollis/Brookline High School’s overcrowding problem, which has jeopardized the school’s accreditation. School officials were charged with addressing the overcrowding in a warning given by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). School officials met Wednesday … Continue reading