Vanessa Miller The Gazette University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics picks new CEO University of Iowa pushes dorm-room composting 9 questions for the new Hawkeye Marching Band director UI Labor Center: 'This is not by any stretch over' UI weighs requiring first-,second-year students to live on campus All articles by Vanessa IOWA CITY — Nearly 14 years after steaming its first latte inside University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, locally-owned and operated Java House is “deeply saddened” by an administrative decision to evict it from all four hospital locations. UI executives told Java House founder and owner Tara Cronbaugh nearly two weeks ago they’re not renewing a long-standing contract with her beloved brewing business — which she dreamed up as a UI student for a class assignment in … [Read more...] about University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics replacing Java House
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John Carroll University held graduation ceremonies on May 20. Several of those graduates are from University Heights and Shaker Heights. See the local graduates' names below.Jeff Piorkowski/special to cleveland.com The Gospel of Gospel Music: We recently featured in this space an announcement about a master class held at Nighttown that delved into the artistry of Jim Henson and his Muppets. It's now time for another master class at the Cleveland Heights venue, 12383 Cedar Road, this one about a more heavenly subject. On June 18, Dr. David Thomas will deliver a master class on the subject of gospel music. All are invited to join in as Thomas explores and celebrates the ecstasy and agony of gospel music via a multi-media presentation to include video and sound clips, as well as a gospel choir. Go back to the 1800s, when African-Americans, often through the use of a choir, sang their hearts out by fusing various styles of music -- spirituals, hymns, sacred song -- into songs of … [Read more...] about Gospel music master class in Cleveland Heights; first ‘Come, Play! Fest’ is June 23 in Shaker; more: Press Run
World 14 May 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-44106321 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel LeBron James is widely cited as the best basketball player in the world. He certainly has the fattest bank balance, earning $86.2m (£66.79m) in the year to June 2017 according to Forbes. And now fans are speculating that he may … [Read more...] about Does LeBron James have a world-class memory?
LaunchCode is now accepting applications for two free computer coding programs this summer.LC101 is a free, 20-week coding course starting July 16. This course covers core concepts of code, web development, and job-oriented skill tracks. Students become trained developers, learning skills in C#, Python, and Java Classes are 5:30 -8:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Due to space restrictions, those not initially admitted to in-person sections will have the option to take the 6-week Unit 1 curriculum online with the option of joining the in-person sessions for the remaining units. LC101 is held at the LaunchCode Mentor Center, 4811 Delmar Blvd., and Center for Workforce Innovation, 3344 Pershall Rd.Applications are open until June 18. Apply for LC101 online at https://tinyurl.com/yasskxzr.CoderGirl is a course designed to engage and educate women in the technology community in St. Louis. The program begins with a 6-month learning cycle with class weekly from 6-8 p.m. … [Read more...] about LaunchCode accepting applications for free summer coding classes
A new Trojan horse called Mal/JavaJar-B has been found that exploits a vulnerability in Oracle's Java 7 and affects even the latest version of the runtime (7u10). The exploit has been described by Sophos as a zero-day attack since it has been found being actively used in malware before developers have had a chance to investigate and patch it. The exploit is currently under review at the National Vulnerability Database and has been given an ID number CVE-2013-0422, where it is still described as relatively unknown: "Unspecified vulnerability in Oracle Java 7 Update 10 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unknown vectors, possibly related to "permissions of certain Java classes," as exploited in the wild in January 2013, and as demonstrated by Blackhole and Nuclear Pack." U.S. tells computer users to disable Java software The malware has currently been seen attacking Windows, Linux and Unix systems, and while so far has not focused on OS X, may be able to do … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo New malware exploiting Java 7 in Windows, Unix systems