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Survey: Employers study applicant resumes for lies

October 31, 2006 Comments


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


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


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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