Gene Budig, Closing President of the American League, Dies at 81 Leave a Comment on Gene Budig, Closing President of the American League, Dies at 81
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Published Sept. 12, 2020Updated Sept. 18, 2020Gene Budig, the soft-spoken former chancellor of the University of Kansas who in 1994 became the final president of baseball’s American League, died on Tuesday at his home in Charleston, S.C. He was 81.His wife, Gretchen Budig, said the cause was complications of fatty liver disease.Dr. Budig (pronounced BYOO-dig)…

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(CNN)Eva Sileo, a senior at the University of Iowa, was surprised to learn that her school would not be testing students as they returned to campus at the start of the semester. “I think it is profo…

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The Big Ten plans to have football back after all in 2020. But the atmosphere of sports on its campuses?That’s going to be tough to find this fall.Students want to be back on campus but it hasn’t been going well. Athletes in other sports want to compete again, too, but they remain in limbo while…

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Quarantine on a College Campus”What’s it like for students who head off to college for in-person instruction this semester, only to get the coronavirus?That’s the experience the producers Rachelle Bonja and Eric Krupke wanted to share with listeners. So they called me last week to ask about a story I had just written on how…

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If you’re an organization junkie and an iPhone user, then iOS 14 has provided you with a new tool: the App Library, which organizes your apps in labeled groups to make them easier to find. In fact, all your current apps can now be found there, and any apps you download in the future will…

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Sept. 18, 2020Updated 10:10 a.m. ET The New York Times / Siena College poll Democrats hold a lead over Republican incumbents in three key Senate races. Dem. Rep. MarginArizona Ariz. (n=653) 50% Mark Kelly 42% Martha McSally + 8 Dem. 7% undecided Maine Maine (663) 49% Sara Gideon 44% Susan Collins + 5 Dem. 6%…

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Sept. 18, 2020, 5:00 a.m. ET The New York Times / Siena College poll Democrats hold a lead over Republican incumbents in three key Senate races. Dem. Rep. MarginArizona Ariz. (n=653) 50% Mark Kelly 42% Martha McSally + 8 Dem. 7% undecided Maine Maine (663) 49% Sara Gideon 44% Susan Collins + 5 Dem. 6%…

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The annals of science brim with researchers who pushed the boundaries of sense and good taste in a laudable quest for knowledge. With the unveiling of the 30th annual Ig Nobel awards, another case sh…

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play football this autumn was a scientific masterstroke and an athletic triumph.In some Big Ten cities, however, public health experts worried it could create an off-the-field epidemiological crisis.“The Big Ten has come up with an excellent, safe plan for the actual football game, for the athletes, for the coaches,” said Linda Vail, the health officer…

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Tech’s coveted internships were some of the first roles to be cut as offices closed and businesses shuttered in response to the coronavirus. A number of companies across the country, including Glassdoor, StubHub, Funding Circle, Yelp, Checkr and even the National Institutes of Health, either paused hiring or canceled their internship programs altogether. For InsideSherpa…