Daily Archive: Saturday, May 6, 2017

IMA to lead campaign against anemia

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 BGSU board OKs new degree programs, changes to some academic tracks 

Photo by Dan Melograna/Sentinel-Tribune  BGSU board OKs new degree programs, changes to some academic tracks  BGSU President Mary Ellen Mazey present Peggy Schmeltz a recognition for her late husband, Bill, Friday, May 5, 2017 during a BGSU Trustee metting at the BGSU student Union. Photo by Dan Melograna/Sentinel-Tribune … Read the full article from the

Puerto Rico: A Debt Problem That Kept Boiling Over

Then Congress surprised them. Under a new law set up to govern Puerto Rico until its financial crisis recedes, an exception known as Title III was made to govern territories that want to shield themselves from creditors. Puerto Rico did this on Wednesday. Continue reading the main story Now the small Caribbean island — home