Author: Site Hub

Page: 2

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City has received a groundbreaking $1 billion donation from Ruth Gottesman, chairperson of the college’s board of trustees, making tuition free for its students. This generous gift, one of the largest to an educational institution in the U.S., was made possible through funds left by Gottesman’s […]

This prestigious list shines a light on companies that excel in fostering inclusive, supportive work environments where employee wellbeing and development are at the forefront. Forbes magazine’s recent ranking of America’s Best Midsize and Large Employers highlights several top companies in the Rochester region: Midsize Employers in Upstate NY: Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, Rochester: Ranked as […]

Dominique Fishback, an Emmy and BAFTA nominee known for her remarkable roles in film and television, is set to be honored with the inaugural Culture Certified award by The Creative Collective during their first-ever Creative Class celebration. This award aims to recognize Black talents, both established and emerging, who have made significant contributions to shaping […]

The U.S. Supreme Court heard pivotal cases on Monday that challenge social media laws enacted by Texas and Florida, in what legal experts deem the most significant First Amendment cases in a generation. These laws, a response to perceived censorship of conservative viewpoints by major social media platforms, particularly after the platforms banned former President […]

Syracuse guard Dyaisha Fair has ascended to fifth place on the NCAA Division I’s all-time scoring list, amassing 3,302 career points and surpassing Brittney Griner’s record during a game against Pittsburgh. Fair, known for her scoring prowess and exceptional long-range shooting, achieved this milestone in a 63-53 victory, contributing significantly to the win with 17 […]

The retrial of Timothy Williams, accused of the 1984 murder of 14-year-old Wendy Jerome in Rochester, begins Monday, marking a significant moment as New York’s first-ever case to utilize familial DNA evidence. Jerome’s case, which involved rape and murder, remained unsolved for decades until advancements in DNA technology provided a breakthrough. In 2020, Williams was […]

Leap Day, added nearly every four years on February 29, corrects a critical discrepancy between our calendar year and the Earth’s orbit around the sun. As astronomer Jackie Faherty explains, “it actually takes Earth 365.242190 days to orbit the sun… and that .242190 days to go around the sun is the entire reason why we […]

In 2004, the music industry experienced a transformative year with the release of several iconic albums, marking their 20th anniversary this year. Usher’s “Confessions” redefined the R&B genre, becoming a cultural phenomenon and one of the decade’s most acclaimed albums. Destiny’s Child released their final album, “Destiny Fulfilled,” closing a chapter on their legendary status […]

Jaz Karis is making significant strides in the soul music scene, blending traditional R&B and contemporary soul with her remarkable musicianship. Her journey in music began in a church choir and led to a “MET YOU AT A BAR.” Karis attributes her musical foundation to a childhood rich in diverse musical influences, from gospel to […]

The Alabama Supreme Court’s recent ruling categorizes frozen embryos as “extrauterine children.” Stemming from a wrongful death lawsuit after a fertility clinic accident, the ruling aligns with the state’s Wrongful Death of a Minor Act. The decision has led to a temporary halt in IVF treatments by some Alabama providers, with legislative clarifications pending. IVF […]

[There are no radio stations in the database]