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Room for Discussion: Encouraging Open Discourse on College Campuses During Times of Social and Political Unrest

By: Jim Jenkins
Blog

The purpose of academia is to nurture and strengthen the next generation of leaders through research and critical analysis. Additionally, higher education aims to encourage individuals to investigate their interests and pursue a greater understanding of the world surrounding them. Today’s college students, many of whom are members of Generation Z, are some of the most inquisitive and confident scholars who demand campus communities built on the theories of peaceful coexistence and safety for all.

MGM Resorts International, News 3, the CW Las Vegas and iHeartMedia join the Red Cross to Host First Community Blood Drive at T-Mobile Arena

Las Vegans urged to make a lifesaving donation as part of the Red Cross Centennial Celebration Feb. 27
Press Release

LAS VEGAS, February 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ — It’s a safe bet that donating blood can help save lives. The American Red Cross is wagering that the Las Vegas community will answer the need. 

MGM Resorts International, News 3, the CW Las Vegas and iHeartMedia (Sunny 106.5 and 93.1 The Mountain) are partnering to host a blood drive Monday, Feb. 27, from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., at T-Mobile Arena, located west of the Las Vegas Strip between New York-New York and Monte Carlo, at 3780 South Las Vegas Blvd.

Mary Kay LIVE from the Texas Capitol

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Mary Kay was LIVE on Facebook from the Texas Capitol celebrating healthy relationships this Valentine’s Day.

Tune-in here to see the full Facebook LIVE video for Texas Lobby Day!

Bald Eagle That Survived Lead Poisoning Released at Consumers Energy’s Karn Generating Plant

Bird of Prey One of 500 Successfully Released from Plant Flight Pen
Press Release

ESSEXVILLE, Mich., February 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Consumers Energy employees at the company’s Karn Weadock generating complex Friday celebrated the successful release back to the wild of a juvenile bald eagle nursed back to health after it nearly died from lead poisoning.

Keep America Beautiful, Lowe's Heroes Leave Lasting Legacy in Las Vegas

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Keep America Beautiful recently teamed up with Lowe’s at its National Sales Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the largest Lowe’s Heroes project in the company’s history.

Mary Kay Continues to Lobby For Good

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Mary Kay was proud to partner with the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence for Stop Violence Against Women Day. 

Blue Cross Foundation Announces Grant Awards For Innovation

New Horizons grants will support new ideas in behavioral health, food access and program evaluation
Press Release

BATON ROUGE, February 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation has announced the first three grant awards from its New Horizons grant fund. The three Projects receiving $10,000 awards to pilot new, innovative ideas are:

Holland America Line Reaches Milestone of $5 Million Donated to Cancer Support Through 'On Deck' Programming

'On Deck' for a Cause invites guests to donate and walk in noncompetitive shipboard 5k
Press Release

SEATTLE, February 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- In honor of World Cancer Day, Feb. 4, Holland America Line is proud to announce that to date, the guests and employees of the company have raised more than $5 million for cancer support through "On Deck" programming that began in 2006. Currently the "On Deck" for a Cause program benefits six international cancer organizations located in the United States, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom.  

Keep Virginia Beautiful's "Shiver in the River"

Blog

The Polar Bears were splashing around Virginia's cold James River on Saturday, Jan. 28, as Keep Virginia Beautiful produced another successful "Shiver in the River" frigid fundraiser and cleanup event.

Duke Energy Workers Use AED, Save Man Having Heart Attack

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CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – Duke Energy workers are being hailed as heroes after they helped save a Citrus County man when he had a heart attack.

Robert Olsen, of Homosassa, was able to personally thank Chris Damewood, Stephen Shaffer, Jesse Ginley and Justin Barr Thursday during a reunion.

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