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January 12 Front Page of the Daily News Should Be Re-Published and Re-Published and Re-Published Because So Much Is at Stake

From Richard Prince’s Journal-sim: President Crudely Insults El Salvador, Haiti, Africa
The three television network evening news programs led Thursday with President Trump’s reported statement calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations “shithole” countries and saying the United States should instead bring in more people from countries such as Norway.


Steven Tarquinio was a 6-foot-5 middle blocker who served as a dual wield weapon for the team with his tomahawk spiking of the ball and his towering presence in denying opposing teams’ shots. He accumulated a career high 254 total kills and collected 96 blocks (solo and assisted combined) last season. Ben Crusinberry not only collected his second highest season total in kills with 296, but he also broke his career best with digs, amassing 163 digs last season. But one of their most important players, who was a key figure in molding the team’s fluidity in play with his passing, is former setter Nicolas Sanchez, a tremendous passer accumulating a season high of 1144 assists, but was also skilled defensively, tallying a season high 241 digs last year.

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Winners & Honorable Mentions of the KY & Noelle Chynn 2017 CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest

Asian American/Asian Research Institute 2017 winners and honorable mentions of CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest made possible by a $100,000 endowment from Dr. K.Y. Chynn and his wife Noelle to the City University of New York. The CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest is a CUNY-wide competition that challenges students to think about the topic of ethics, morality and virtuous behavior in their lives.

City University of New York Chancellor James Milliken Resigning

“I write to share with you the news that I plan to step down as Chancellor of The City University of New York at the end of this academic year, after four years at the helm of this most remarkable institution,” says CUNY Chancellor James Milliken. In this statement, he cites serious health issues as part of the reason for his leaving.