West Salem High wins big at robotics competition

West Salem High wins big at robotics competition
West Salem High wins big at robotics competition West Salem’s robotics team is now eligible to go to the world championships. Check out this story on statesmanjournal.com: http://stjr.nl/2myz9gY
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Mining Robotics
The Technology Development Group of London miner Anglo American (LON: AAL) and Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute have reached a five-year agreement to explore and develop robotic technologies for mining applications. CMU’s National …
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The 2012 FIRST Robotics Competition
The FIRST Robotics Competition is an exciting, nationwide competition that teams professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way. For many years, the NASA Robotics Alliance Project has been supporting …
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Kanye West, Jay Z and Vic Mensa Added to Marvel Hip-Hop Variant Covers Series

musicKanye West, Jay Z and Vic Mensa Added to Marvel Hip-Hop Variant Covers Series
Marvel is back with another edition of their Hip-Hop Variant Cover series, where they redo popular rap album covers with your favorite Marvel comic book characters. This time around Kanye West, Jay Z and Vic Mensa get the comic book treatment. Kanye West …
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Fri 8:30 | Climate Change Explained By Hip-Hop Beat
Maybe they just need to hear the facts a different way. How about through rap? Done already… Baba Brinkman is a Canadian rap artist who has even put Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales in rap form. He takes on climate change in “The Rap Guide to Climate Chaos.
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“The Breaks” Soundtrack Is Strictly For Hip-Hop Heads
If you’re a true fan of the golden age of hip-hop, the soundtrack from VH1’s upcoming film, The Breaks, is about to give you a dose of the real. The Breaks tells the story of Nikki Jones (played by Afton Williamson), a hip-hop obsessed exec-in-the …
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My Charmer, Tropical Turf on tap at Gulfstream West

sportMy Charmer, Tropical Turf on tap at Gulfstream West
Christophe Clement enjoys a reputation as an excellent trainer of turf runners. So it should not come as a surprise his work will be well represented Saturday in the two graded turf races on the Gulfstream Park West card. Clement, who is originally from …
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Free Picks – Saturday’s Horse Racing Betting Card At Aqueduct Racetrack
The Thanksgiving Holiday is always a great time of the year for horse racing at some of the nation’s best tracks. This Saturday’s race card at Aqueduct Racetrack is a perfect example with the running of the $ 300,000 Remsen Stakes for up and coming two …
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Post Time: Cigar Mile highlights big day at Aqueduct
One of the last Grade 1 races of the year will highlight Saturday’s card at Aqueduct racetrack. I fondly remember sitting in the Wehrle OTB on Thanksgiving weekend in 2005 making a last minute across the board Cigar Mile wager on a 25-1 longshot named Purge.
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West Virginia Votes To Block Science Standards Because They Teach Global Warming

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????West Virginia Votes To Block Science Standards Because They Teach Global Warming
Beginning this summer, public school students in West Virginia were supposed to learn about human-indu

ced climate change three times — in sixth-grade science, in ninth-grade science, and in a high school elective course on environmental science. Now …
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How killing wolves to protect livestock may backfire
The scientists also figured out whether or not the wolf had belonged to a pack, which consist of a pair of adults and their offspring. Wolves that belonged to packs tended to eat more wild boar and roe deer and less goat and other livestock than did …
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Most of us like to think that we’re independent-minded — we tell ourselves we like Adele’s latest album because it suits our taste, not because millions of other people bought it, or that we vote Democrat because we’re so enlightened, not because all …
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175 Keyboardists Come out to Play on a West Village Block

music175 Keyboardists Come out to Play on a West Village Block
Performers stretched down the narrow block of Cornelia Street, as residents, tourists and a small media throng gathered to watch. The previous record was set in 2011 in Kerala, India, with 136 keyboardists. Aaron Friedman, the president of Make Music …
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All or Nothing: Rock & roll’s MVP keyboardist, Ian McLagan, was first and
Which would’ve sucked for the Small Faces. Spotting his photo in a magazine, the London Mod squad asked their manager Don Arden to replace outgoing keyboardist Jimmy Winston with McLagan. He fit perfectly, in ways far beyond being the same height.
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Daryl “Captain” Dragon & Toni Tennille, Former Beach Boy Keyboardists, Are
Tennille is probably most famous for being the only ‘Beach Girl’ as she toured as a keyboardist with the Beach Boys during the 70s. 73-year-old Tennille keeps fans updated via her blog and requested. In a recent update, the writer of the blog (whether …
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Madonna Working With Drake & Kanye West

musicMadonna Working With Drake & Kanye West
Madonna will be featured on Kanye West’s forthcoming So Help Me God album, Complex reports. West also contributed to the material girl’s Rebel Heart record. In a recent interview with Complex, Madonna detailed her music relationship with Kanye and …
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What HipHop Taught Me About Feminism
Hip-hop’s presence in my life goes so far back that I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t obsessed. With parents who grew up in Brooklyn and Queens, my family’s world was heavily defined by hip-hop. One of my first memories is my grandfather proudly …
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Debate About French Muslim Identity Plays Out In HipHop
HISHAM AIDI: This is (foreign language spoken), a hip-hop group from (foreign language spoken), just south of Paris. And this song, “Misunderstood,” is about not belonging and not being accepted in France. I was born here and I’m still called an …
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