The testing giant provides an early glimpse of changes in the widely used admissions examination. Read more: http://chronicle.com/blogs/headcount/college-board-unveils-sample-sat-items/38179
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Institutions are hiring new managers whose specialty is buying in bulk. Their challenge? Departments accustomed to autonomy. Read more: http://chronicle.com/article/Colleges-See-Big-Savings-in/145879/
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Clearview took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first as T.J. Dezzi, a University of the Sciences recruit, and Jared Datz rapped doubles. Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/high_school/20140415_Williamstown_wins_behind_D_Alessandro_s_two_doubles.html#4gZqLDyKvKOSG1G4.99
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“There was a bloodcurdling scream,” said Katherine, a University of the Sciences senior who preferred not to give her last name, and who lives across the street from Copabanana. Read more: http://www.thedp.com/article/2014/04/man-murdered-at-40th-spruce
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Another sophomore, Cassie Lapotsky of North Schuylkill, leads the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in innings pitched. Lapotsky, who had an outstanding freshman season, is finding the going tougher this season, as is her team. Read more: http://republicanherald.com/sports/klee-makes-immediate-impact-1.1667898
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Gallagher is no stranger to Philadelphia basketball. Before coaching Wilmington, he served as an assistant coach for the University of the Sciences for seven years. Read more: http://cityofbasketballlove.com/2014/04/wilmington-coach-mike-gallagher-resigns/
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Alumnus Wendell M. Waties, was one of those old-fashioned doctors whom they just don't make anymore. Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/obituaries/20140414_Wendell_M__Waties__83__osteopathic_physician__chess_expert.html#FSEExigH9ztmqCO1.99
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Donna O'Shea remembers being a novelty in her gym in the late 1970s - because she wasn't just working out with other women in the aerobics craze led and fed by Jane Fonda. Her gym was at what was then called the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, where O'Shea...
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Pharmacy alumnus Michael Rossi was named Vice President, Sales and Business Operations for Jubilant DraxImage Inc., with effect from the 21st April 2014. Read more: http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1336823/new-vp-sales-michael-rossi-appointed-at-jubilant-draximage-inc
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Carbondale Area High School graduate Tom Mauro was recently named to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) All-Academic Team with a 3.76 grade point average in the physical therapy doctorate program at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Read more: http://www.thecarbondalenews.com/article/20140409/News/140409650#ixzz2ybgzF300
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