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The Power of Virtual Classrooms in the Education System

The learning process doesn’t depend on the place for learning. So long as teachers are performing their role correctly, location is no hindrance. The virtual classroom is a new invention that is spreading out in the education sector. When defining it, a virtual classroom is a teaching and learning space where the members can interact and contribute to different subjects... Read more →


Frank M. Lordan Journalist, World War II Veteran

Frank Michael Lordan CNBNewsnet(December 7, 2018)--Francis Michael Lordan, a retired newspaperman who had an abiding love for his church, country, comrades and craft, died Wednesday (Dec. 5) of congestive heart failure. He was 93 and lived at Phoebe Meadow Glen in Richlandtown Bucks County for the past three years. He had previously lived in the Cheltenham section of Philadelphia for... Read more →


IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDY: Weightlifting is good for your heart and it doesn’t take much

Credit: Iowa State University News Service Iowa State researcher DC Lee says you don't have to invest a lot of time lifting weights to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease. Newswise — AMES, Iowa – Lifting weights for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke by 40 to 70 percent, according... Read more →


Lasell Field Hockey downs Colby-Sawyer in GNAC semifinal

NEWTON, MA (11/02/2018)-- Junior Mindy Esposito (Sunderland, Mass.) and senior Julia Franzik (Wallingford, Conn.) scored a goal and an assist each Wednesday afternoon as second-seeded Lasell College defeated third-seeded Colby-Sawyer College, 5-1, in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) field hockey tournament semifinal at Grellier Field. Lasell improves to 14-6 and advances to the GNAC championship game for the second... Read more →


University Research Paper: 6 Ways to Write a Masterpiece

(November 1, 2018)--If a prospective research paper author is concerned in a more general tutorial on research papers, where one must check out several research paper workshops that are accessible on the Web. If one requires to get in progress right away, one should start from the essay table of contents to see what's at that specific site, and then... Read more →


Timothy J. Piazza Anti-hazing LawProtecting Students and Increasing Penalties

Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has signed Senate Bill 1090, the Timothy J. Piazza Antihazing Law, which strengthens penalties for hazing and ensures that schools have safeguards to protect students. The governor was joined by Jim and Evelyn Piazza, Timothy’s parents, bill sponsor Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, Penn State President Eric J. Barron and Pennsylvania’s State System of... Read more →


How To Write The Outstanding Essay – Don’t Ignore Some Good Points

What Is Essay Writing The essay is significant to you and the colleges to which you are applying. On the off chance that you think about the application as bits of a riddle or as autonomous voices meeting up to recount your story, the essay is a piece of the riddle over which you have finish control. The essay additionally... Read more →


Tips To Answer Exam English Question

This is the thing that everything comes down to; you're sitting in the exam corridor, holding up to get your hands on that foreseen bit of paper. You've stuck a huge amount of data into your cerebrum and your fingernails are non-existent – it's an ideal opportunity to get serious! Truly the exam condition might be distinctive crosswise over orders.... Read more →


Some Useful Advices For Writing A Good Dissertation

CNBNews graphics file On the off chance that you are perusing this, it is sheltered to expect that you are some place during the time spent contributing an assemblage of unique learning to your scholastic field. This is, after all what writing a dissertation is. It is further protected to accept that in the event that you are at this... Read more →


Off-Season Main Transfers

(CNBNewsnet)(August 30, 2018)--The off-season period is an important phase of the NBA, during which each club tries to improve its squad and to make the most advantageous transfers. This season has been especially notable for interesting transfers. Such solutions will impact the distribution of force among the clubs significantly. Fans can follow basketball live on the user-friendly web platform broadcasting... Read more →


University of Penn Vet students’ goat dairy aims to fill a nutrition gap in Gambia

Briana Wilson, a third-year student at Penn Vet, is helping her peers establish a commercial goat dairy operation in Gambia. Briana Wilson, a third-year student in the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine, plans to pursue a career as a small-animal vet, mainly caring for cats and dogs. But this summer, she’s getting a trial-by-fire education in goat husbandry,... Read more →


Parent Confessions: I Didn’t Understand the Seriousness of my Son’s Steroid Use

Photo Courtesy of Cindy Fox We are a baseball family. I played Little League Baseball® and so did both of my boys. Our oldest son went on the play collegiate baseball and was scouted by several Major League teams, and was Taylor’s idol. Like his older brother, Taylor played Little League and then played on his high school team. He... Read more →


Wayne State University to Host Fashion Event to Celebrate their Sesquicentennial

Rayneld M. Johnson By Jacek Adamski | CNBNews Exclusive DETROIT-- On Wednesday, March 28th at noon, Wayne State University is hosting a special fashion event to help celebrate their 150 anniversary. Part of the official WSU Sesquicentennial series of events scheduled to highlight the occasion will be a special showcase that will feature fashions through the past 150 years. Included... Read more →


ANOTHER VIEW: NEW YORK TIMES TELLS IRISH HORROR TALES

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on two stories in the New York Times that malign the Catholic Church in Ireland: Newspapers are supposed to report news, but when they don’t—when they recycle old news—it calls into question the motive. That’s what the New York Times did recently. On January 14 and January 16, it ran two “news” stories besmirching... Read more →


Bill Barron, formerly of Gloucester City; Hong Kong Univ. Professor, World Traveler, and Author

He was quite a man and did Gloucester City and Gloucester Catholic proudly... ~Frank Batavick, Classmate and Friend William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--William F. Barron, of Portland, Oregon (photo) lost his battle with kidney cancer on January 4, 2018. He was 73 years old. Bill grew up in Gloucester City, NJ and received his elementary... Read more →


Four NJAC Runners Earn All-America Honors

NCAA Men's 8K Results | NCAA Women's 6K Results ELSAH, IL --- Four runners from the New Jersey Athletic Conference earned All-America honors at Saturday's NCAA Championships in Elsah, IL, including Rowan's Kevin Veltre, Ramapo's Jeremy Hernandez, Stockton's Alicia Belko, and TCNJ's Natalie Cooper. Veltre came in 13th out of 279 runners for All-America honors. He covered the 8K course... Read more →


NJAC Weekly Award Winners: November 11; Top Defensive Player Samer Manna, Wesley College

PITMAN—The New Jersey Athletic Conference announced its Week 11 Football Players of the Week on November 12. Please click here for the selections ending the week of Saturday, November 11. Read more →


Philadelphia Calendar of Events for September

SEPTEMBER 2017 Mushroom Festival/ClearysNoteBook Through September 2, 2017 OTHER DESERT CITIES. Brooke Wyeth’s award-winning play takes the Bucks County Playhouse stage to offer a new twist on the home-for-the-holidays theme. (215) 862-2121, bcptheater.org Through September 3, 2017 SUBVERSION AND SURREALISM IN THE ART OF HONORÉ SHARRER. At the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the artist who came into her own... Read more →


Chicago Sky Draft Jankoska in First Round, Joins the Rutgers Connection

Graphic courtesy of MSU Sports Information By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Exclusive FREELAND, Mich. -- Tori Jankoska couldn’t hold back the tears of joy when, with the ninth overall pick, she was drafted by the Chicago Sky. She watched the draft festivities with about 40 family and friends in the basement of her parents, Randy and Lisa Jankoska. The Michigan... Read more →


CNB BUSINESS NEWS:

Who Are the Best CEOs Today? What Can We Learn from Them?

(CNBNewsnet)(November 29, 2016)--There is no definitive way of ranking the world’s best CEOs. Some use company performances and bottom lines to rank CEOs. Others, like Washington State University, focus on innovations and how these top executives are leading the mobile revolution. Among the top names are Tim Cook and Larry Page, CEOs at the two most influential tech companies in... Read more →


Kennedy CEO Joseph W. Devine Wins Prestigous LaSalle Signum Fidei Medal

Kennedy Health President & CEO Joseph W. Devine Kennedy Health President & CEO Joseph W. Devine, FACHE, was awarded the prestigious Signum Fidei Medal from La Salle University’s Alumni Association at its annual Alumni Awards Dinner, held in Philadelphia on November 18th. Presented annually since 1942 to individuals or groups for upholding the humanitarian principles, goals and mission of La... Read more →


Op Ed on the Ill Effects of a Trump Presidency by Frank J. Batavick

Attention Trump supporters! Hop into my time machine and transport yourselves back to early June 2015. Now, what if I had told you back then that the candidate you would eventually champion for the U.S. presidency would also have the solid support of the KKK, North Korea, ISIS, a European fascist, and the Chinese Communists? What would your reaction have... Read more →


Op-Ed: Being Mortal | Batavick

Frank J. Batavick | CNBNewsnet We are all on the same arc—birth, life, death. Of course, we don’t have any control over the first stage, and sometimes the last can come unexpectedly, like a clap of thunder. But we can all be rulers of our own domain during the middle stage, especially if we subscribe to humorist Leo Rosten’s belief... Read more →


Op- Ed : Being Invisible | Batavick

Frank J. Batavick | CNBNewsnet If you had a choice of superpowers, would you rather be invisible or able to fly? In 2001 actor and comedian John Hodgman conducted an unscientific poll on this topic for National Public Radio’s This American Life. Responders had to pick just one of these superpowers and they’d be the only person in the world... Read more →


Op-Ed : Technology and the Rear View Mirror Theory

Frank J. Batavick | CNBNewsnet Earlier this year I attended an exhibit at the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore. Titled “From Pen to Press: Experimentation and Innovation in the Age of Print,” the display focused on how the old world of hand-written manuscripts coped with the radical changes wrought by Guttenberg’s printing press. As with many innovations, mechanically printed books... Read more →