Monthly Archive: June 2012

Jun 28 2012

Texas Shakespeare Festival begins Thursday

The Texas Shakespeare Festival will open its 26th season Thursday, June 28, in Van Cliburn Auditorium on the Kilgore campus. This year’s plays include: “The Merry Wives of Windsor” by William Shakespeare “Measure for Measure” by William Shakespeare “David Ives adaptation of “The Liar” by Pierre Corneille The musical “Blood Brothers” by Willy Russell “The …

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Jun 28 2012

UTT Assistant Professor awarded

Dr. Neil Dong, assistant professor of health and kinesiology at The University of Texas at Tyler, has been awarded nearly $385,000 from the National Institute of Health to examine fracture risks of the human spine, Dr. Michael Odell, associate vice president for sponsored research and director of federal relations, announced. Effective July 1, Dong will …

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Jun 28 2012

Befitting scholarship

Cristina Castillo-Gandarilla has been named the 2012 merit scholarship recipient of the Bonnie and Tab Beall Family Endowment.  Castillo-Gandarilla was the salutatorian of the 2012 graduating class for John Tyler High School. She was selected by a committee of John Tyler High School (JTHS) administrators, counselors, faculty members and others at JTHS.  Cristina plans to …

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Jun 28 2012

Tyler ISD Student Win

Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy fourth grader Quinn Boozer’s essay, titled “Journal of Juan Antonio Hernandez,” earned first place in the Save Texas History Essay Contest sponsored by the Texas General Land Office. Quinn’s creative work described life from the eyes of Juan Antonio Hernandez, an early Texas explorer. His winning essay was judged on originality, …

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Jun 28 2012

The Robin Hood Tax

Finance should once again support the real economy of goods and services. By William Barclay I spent 22 years in the financial services business. Beginning in the 1980s, I worked at exchanges where we traded everything from futures on soybeans to shares of stock to options on interest rates. During these boom years for the …

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Jun 28 2012

One weak domino

Other countries have problems, but Greece’s are an encyclopedia of bad behavior. By Donald Kaul The stock market keeps going up and down like a yo-yo. I thought you’d like to know why. It’s Greece. Oh, not totally — there are other miscreants involved — but pretty much everyone agrees the Greeks are the first …

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Jun 28 2012

Stressed out? You might need sleep

By Rusty Wright Feeling irritable lately? You might need more sleep. Snapping at your kids or spouse, stewing in checkout lines, shouting at road hogs . . . cultural negativity abounds. A recent National Sleep Foundation (NSF) poll suggests links between sleep deficiencies and negative attitudes and behavior. Over one-third of respondents said they are …

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Jun 26 2012

Good Shepherd Classicare Medicare Fair

Mary Retallack, Coordinator of Senior Program for Good Shepherd Classicare, spoke today on the Medicare Fair in Longview, Texas.  Check out the video. http://youtu.be/BLBwAOCEBW0

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