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Survey: Employers study applicant resumes for lies

October 31, 2006 Comments

U-Wire

By Caitlin Bauer That little white lie on your resume could cost you the job.

Duke researchers unveil invisibility cloak prototype

October 24, 2006 Comments

U-Wire

By Carolina Astigarraga DURHAM, N.C. – So, if you’re not magician Harry Houdini, how hard is it to make something disappear? Not as hard as Duke researchers thought.

The job growth myth: numbers fall short this year

October 17, 2006 Comments

Brad Jones

Sophomore Mary Stone has been having trouble finding suitable employment in St. Joseph.

Christians counter anti-gay rally at U. Maryland

October 17, 2006 Comments

U-Wire

By Kevin Rector  COLLEGE PARK, Md. – About 25 Christian students Thursday took turns confessing their sins on Nyumburu Cultural Center’s amphitheater stage to counter the message three evangelical Christian preachers espoused on the same stage Tuesday — that “real Christians don’t sin.”

Lower gas prices won’t last

October 10, 2006 Comments

Associated Press

by E. Ashley Wright DAVIS, Calif. – Although consumers may be pleased with the price breaks they have recently received at the gas pumps, oil-consumption experts warn that the long-term effects of depletion may result in higher prices in the near future.

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