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Worthing senior posts elite SAT score

Traquan Minor is a tall, quietly confident, graduating senior at Sunnyside’s Worthing High school. Like many other students, he had to take the dreaded SAT earlier this school year. He knew that doing well on the SAT would open doors to more college choices, so he bought a prep book and spent time getting ready […]

He’s Back!

Michael Harris, veteran radio host, returns to airwaves Long, long, long-time Houston radio talk show host, Michael Harris is back on the air. Michael Harris, the Computer Superstore’s Robert Moore, and talk show host, Cedric White, have teamed up to create the digital broad- casting station, KYSH. It was almost six months ago that Harris […]

College Board changes SAT to level playing field, makes essay optional

College Board, administrators of the SAT exam, unveiled plans to move beyond delivering assessments to delivering opportunity. Citing input from College Board members in the K–12 and higher education communities, as well as students and parents, College Board president, Mr. Coleman outlined two bold new actions the organization would take to deliver opportunities to students. […]

Dementia risk greatest for older ethnic Americans with diabetes

In the first study to look at racial and ethnic differences in dementia risk among older adults with type 2 diabetes, researchers found that dementia was much higher among Native Americans and African-Americans and lowest among Asian-Americans. The study, published in Diabetes Care, included a group of more than 22,000 patients aged 60 or older […]