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· Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith is "Very Concerned" About Playing this Fall →
He also touched on the Big Ten's move to playing only within the conference, noting that if a fall sports season is allowed to progress, playing games within the conference gives everyone the best chance to move forward under a uniform set of regulations.
· Athletics Chapman Tries to Put Frustrations Behind Him, Gears Up For a Big 2020 →
We want to move forward.”
· Park Aerospace Corp (PKE) CEO Brian Shore on Q1 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
So, why don't we move over to Slide 2?
· The 2020 College Football Season Deconstruction Project Has Begun →
It’s a logical move, but an early one—as one athletic director said, “Why do that on July 9?
· Tesla poised to electrify S&P 500 - Reuters →
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) appears on the verge of joining the S&P 500, Reuters reports, a move that would unleash a flood of new demand for the company's shares which already have surged 500% over the past year.
· California becomes first state to sue Trump administration over student visa policy →
“This new policy would effectively punish international students at colleges, universities, and other institutions that have decided to move their courses online in order to protect their communities from COVID-19,” the letter, led by Massachusetts Democrats Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ayanna Pressley, read.
· Instant Analysis: What Our Big Ten Publishers are Saying about Conference-Only Schedules →
On the surface level, the move to eliminate nonconference games makes a certain degree of sense.
· Biden proposes $700bn plan to revive US economy, contrasting it with Trump's 'America First' policies →
That 110-page document, aimed at unifying moderate Democrats and progressives who have fought to move the party left, will help determine the party's platform.
· Into Police Chokeholds →
States like California and New York have moved to put an end to the controversial restraints; but why are they used in the first place?
· Drake Maye Represents Long-Term Success For UNC →
Just working on all types of routes, all types of drops, on the move working.