Sphinx Begins 18th Year Of String Competition For Black And Latino Student Musicians The Sphinx competition has allowed for more musical opportunities to minority string players than before the competition began 18 years ago says the artistic director. Gay Marriage Case May Affect Discrimination, Religion Bills "You could have a situation where people are allowed to get married in a state but will lose their jobs if they were to come out publicly."
Lawmaker Wants High School Students To Pass Same Civics Test As Immigrants To Graduate Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush To Visit Detroit Economic Club Arguments Next In Appeal Over Parole For Juvenile Lifers Obama Jabs Republicans With Taunt About Winning Both Of His Elections New DFT President Says No Tactics Off The Table Snyder Plans Shakeup To Help Poor, Urges Tax Hike For Roads State Of The Union Expected To Set Tone For 2016 Elections Windsor Tunnel Closed While Border Control Investigates Suspicious Package
Armed Robbers Found After Leaving Wallet At Crime Scene The suspects left the station at S. Telegraph Rd. and Dunbar with some stolen money but not the wallet. 6 Fraternities, Sororities Suspend U-M Chapters In Vandalism The university says that members of the Greek letter groups caused tens of thousands of dollars in damages to rented rooms at Treetops Resort and Boyne Highlands.
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