The QAR (Queen Anne’s Revenge) Conservation Laboratory at East Carolina University hosted its annual open house, drawing about 300 visitors.
The bond proposal approved by Greenville city council members is to allocate: $8 million for road improvements and enhancements, $1.75 million for 10th Street Connector-related enhancements, $1.95 million for West Fifth Street streetscape, $1.4 million for sidewalk improvements, and $750,000 for the Eastside Greenway.
Kenneth DeVille, chief institutional integrity officer in East Carolina University’s division of health sciences, says the University of Minnesot drug-trial suicide case contains many ethical concerns — such as patient coercion, safety of the study’s design, and the U’s response to concerns over Markingson’s safety — that his students could easily understand.
A group of more than 50 Sweet Briar College faculty members filed a lawsuit Friday hoping to stop the college from firing them and closing. They argued that closure would be a breach of contract, that the financial crisis cited as the reason for closing did not, in fact, exist, and they are seeking more than $40 million in damages for the irreparable harm they claim they would suffer if it did.
About 20 percent of law graduates from 2010 are working at jobs that do not require a law license, according to a new study, and only 40 percent are working in law firms, compared with 60 percent from the class a decade earlier. To pay the bills, the 2010 graduates have taken on a variety of jobs, some that do not require admission to the bar; others have struck out on their own with solo practices. Most of the graduates have substantial student debt.