“There were vicious attacks made against progressives. People I have worked with.” Sanders acknowledged lawmakers are used to such criticism, but he clarified that “it important” to refrain from personal attacks and instead express “differences on policy.” Tanden told Sanders she regrets her past remarks and will change her approach if confirmed. Many protesters banged pots and pans, borrowing from nightly displays of discontent in neighbouring Myanmar at last week coup, while some held Myanmar flags to show support for the country pro democracy movement..
In their show and tell session, Louise Taylor (Law) and Michael McCann (Economics) reviewed their work, conducted as part of their TILT sabbatcials, using authentic learning and assessment experiences to encourage engagement and scholarship in their respective fields. Research offers significant support for the use of authentic learning and assessment strategies in order to better prepare students for their future professional lives (McMullen et al., 2003; Kazemi, 2013). Louise has developed the use of portfolios for learning and assessment in order to encourage engagement and scholarship in an undergraduate law module.
TUCSON, Ariz. (Ball State Sports) In a memorable football season that almost didn’t happen, Ball State finished it by making history. The Cardinals scored 27 first quarter points and cruised the rest of the afternoon to capture the first bowl victory in school history, a 34 13 win over AP No.
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In general I pro hatchback, a wagon obsessive, and anti CUV. But I do want to point out that it funny how in forums like this (myself included) we get all up in arms about efficiency trade offs when they involve things we don like (switching from a sedan/wagon to an SUV) but never things that speak to car enthusiasts (pointlessly overpowered engines in daily driver cars). This thread is full of people decrying the 5 10% penalty a small cuv gets for being lifted, with flairs advertising their love for performance variants that go way faster than anyone ever does or can legally go on public roads that suffer equivalent or worse fuel economy penalties.