Your coverage of the Kudlach murder trial failed to include any photographs of the victim, Nuria Hawkins Kudlach. Those even remotely familiar with the case know what the now-convicted murderer looks like; however, many people cannot associate a face with the name of the woman he killed.
This week, Pennsylvania joined the majority of states, as well as the federal government, cities and municipalities by launching a public open data portal. While the Keystone State is not the first to embrace open data, the opportunities it creates are nonetheless exciting.
Citing that Democrats outnumber Republicans 12:1 in faculty positions at the University of North Carolina, Senate Majority leader Phil Berger suggests that Republican job candidates are discriminated against when they apply for university positions unless they “toe the line from the left.” However, it seems likely that there may be other, more objective explanations for the imbalance of party affiliation.
We must all agree that Bolt, Phelps, Ledecky, Biles and many others were terrific in their individual sports, but the title of athletic royalty must always go to the decathletes, who compete and excel in 10 different events. Even the last of them is a better overall athlete than any six-medal winner in a single sport.
In less than 10 days, my kids will go back to school – so please do me a favor. Do not ask them if they are sad about it. Seriously, until you pose that leading question, it never even occurs to children that they should be sad. In fact, they’re quite excited.
Centre County entrepreneurship and innovation will be on full display the week of Nov. 13 when Global Entrepreneurship Week Penn State officially gets underway. Organizers are hoping that an even greater connection between the university and the community will also be clearly visible at this year’s event.