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Who should get experimental Ebola medications? And are they safe?

By Tony Pugh McClatchy Washington Bureau / (MCT) WASHINGTON – As Ebola continues to devastate West Africa and new patients slowly bring the disease to other countries, experts fear the growing crisis could one day create an ugly scrum for the limited supply of experimental treatments and vaccines. Deciding which patients should be at the head of the line to ...

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Atlanta Symphony cancels performances as lockout drags on

By David Ng Los Angeles Times / (MCT) The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has canceled its opening night celebration as well as performances through Nov. 8 as a labor dispute with its musicians drags on with no end in sight. The company locked out its musicians earlier this month following a breakdown in contract negotiations. Stanley Romanstein, the orchestra’s president, said ...

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Professor who lost university job offer lashes out at school administrators

By Maura Lerner Star Tribune (Minneapolis) / (MCT)  Controversial professor Steven Salaita, who lost his job offer from the University of Illinois after criticizing Israel on social media, lashed out at university administrators Monday for overreaching in their decision not to hire him. Salaita, in a wide-ranging, 40-minute speech at Northwestern University, the first of several talks planned at Chicago-area ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

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