3 Esports Recruitment Strategies & Why They Worked for These Colleges

Marketing an esports program is no easy task. It’s important for higher education institutions to know what students are looking for, why they might choose one school over another, and how IT professionals can work with internal stakeholders to invest in programs that support recruitment. A robust esports program can become an effective marketing tool for colleges and universities, but only with thoughtful planning.
CDW•G Education Strategist, Doug Konopelko, shares common mistakes that higher education institutions make in esports programs, and how some schools avoided these pitfalls.

The Juicy Story of Jealous Imploding Dems Involving Pelosi, Obama, and Biden

The official story of Barack Obama and Joe Biden was that they were so close that they had a ‘bromance.’ Joe Biden even bragged — embarrassingly — about them having a friendship bracelet. Remember how creepy this was and how thirsty this made Biden seem for Obama’s affirmation?
Happy #BestFriendsDay to my friend, @BarackObama. pic.twitter.com/JTd1t7NtyL
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) June 9, 2019 But the reality was somewhat different from the claimed bromance. It wasn’t Biden who Obama embraced as his potential successor in 2016, it was Hillary Clinton.

Physics Study: Whiteboards Are ‘Racist’ Because They ‘Collaborate With White Organizational Culture’

A recent physics study from Seattle Pacific University concluded that ‘whiteboards can be racist.’
That’s right, even physics classes are engaged in woke debates about racism in 2022.
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‘Observing Whiteness in Introductory Physics: A Case Study’ was published last month in Physical Review Physics Education Research. The study observed students as they worked to solve a physics problem and analyzed how ‘whiteness’ is present in academia.

Russia Pounds Eastern Ukraine

April 26, 2022 at 9:14 am EDT ‘China’s foreign ministry said on Tuesday there was no basis to speculation that Beijing could try to use leverage over electric car maker Tesla in order to influence content on… April 26, 2022 at 9:11 am EDT Washington Post: ‘The new rules, which reverse a Trump-era policy, expand energy-efficiency requirements to more types of lightbulbs and ban the sale of those that produce less than 45 lumens… April 26, 2022 at 9:03 am EDTApril 26, 2022 at 9:17 am EDT ProPublica has obtained ‘a trove of internal emails and other documentation that, taken together, tell the inside story of a group of people who propagated a number of the most… April 26, 2022 at 9:00 am EDTApril 26, 2022 at 8:51 am EDT Former Gov.

Why Missouri’s higher education chief says the pandemic made online learning less popular

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Missouri Commissioner of Higher Education Zora Mulligan
Missouri Commissioner of Higher Education Zora Mulligan is the latest guest on Politically Speaking, where she talked with St. Louis Public Radio’s Sarah Kellogg, Kate Grumke and Jason Rosenbaum about some of the challenges for the state’s colleges and universities.

Joe Biden pardons former Secret Service agent and 2 othersImage via AP.

President Joe Biden has granted the first three pardons of his term, providing clemency to a Kennedy-era Secret Service agent convicted of federal bribery charges that he tried to sell a copy of an agency file and to two people who were convicted on drug-related charges but went on to become pillars in their communities.
The Democratic President also commuted the sentences of 75 others for nonviolent, drug-related convictions. The White House announced the clemencies Tuesday as it launched a series of job training and reentry programs for those in prison or recently released.