Academy of Art University and its students have long enjoyed many benefits from being located in the vibrant city of San Francisco. The city's rich heritage, diversity, and artistic flair contributes much to each student's experience while attending classes at the Academy. San Francisco has also been a significant friend to the Academy since its inception in 1929. So, when this great metropolitan center needed help, Academy students were quick to respond with overwhelming creativity and generosity. … [Read more...] about Academy of Art University Students Give Back
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It’s been a full week since Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinOvernight Health Care: Senate leaves until September without coronavirus relief deal | US records deadliest day of summer | Georgia governor drops lawsuit over Atlanta's mask mandate Senate leaves until September without coronavirus relief deal Federal agencies seize, dismantle cryptocurrency campaigns of major terrorist organizations MORE, White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsOvernight Health Care: Senate leaves until September without coronavirus relief deal | US records deadliest day of summer | Georgia governor drops lawsuit over Atlanta's mask mandate Senate leaves until September without coronavirus relief deal Pelosi: COVID talks will resume when GOP offers T MORE, Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiSusan Collins asks postmaster general to address delays of 'critically needed mail' Trump says he'd sign bill funding USPS but won't seek changes to help mail voting On The … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – Trump goes birther again; no deal on COVID-19 package
Alabama: With mask use 1,334 (range of 1,118 to 1,644) / Without mask use 2,008 (range of 1,301 to 3,384) Alaska: 18 (range of 14 to 31) / 30 (range of 16 to 97) Arizona: 3,195 (range of 2,389 to 4,623) / 5,687 (range of 3,163 to 11,174) Arkansas: 576 (range of 374 to 1,028) / 988 (range of 431 to 2,601) California: 8,745 (range of 7,709 to 10,489) / 11,631 (range of 9,093 to 17,007) Colorado: 1,796 (range of 1,687 to 2,047) / 1,920 (range of 1,699 to 2,651) Connecticut: 4,473 (range of 4,395 to 4,605) / 4,513 (range of 4,411 to 4,693) Delaware: 488 (range of 466 to 522) / 501 (range of 470 to 554) District of Columbia: 619 (range of 590 to 664) / 668 (range of 610 to 775) Florida: 7,523 (range of 5,249 to 12,530) / 15,393 (range of 7,272 to 39,303) Georgia: 4,269 (range of 3,419 to 5,888) / 6,614 (range of 3,977 to 12,291) Hawaii: 28 (range of 23 to 44) / 48 (range of 25 to 149) Idaho: 112 (range of 105 to 122) / 124 (range of 109 to 146) Illinois: 7,717 (range of 7,296 to 8,295) / … [Read more...] about U.S. Coronavirus Death Projection Falls by 20,000 Despite High Case Numbers
Keystone species Sea otters may be North America’s smallest marine mammal, but they have a huge appetite. Unlike other species that rely on a layer of fat called blubber to keep them warm, otters use their dense fur and a high metabolic rate to maintain body heat in the chilly waters of the northern pacific. To achieve that, they must eat 25% of their body weight every day, munching on a variety of marine invertebrates, including sea urchins, clams and crabs. … [Read more...] about Furry engineers: sea otters in California’s estuaries surprise scientists
It was the dawn of the 3D era, and my computer couldn't handle it. Suddenly PC gamers had to buy whole new chipsets—"graphics cards"—to slot inside our machines to render the fabled "polygons" that promised a new age for gaming. The big game that I couldn't play was Final Fantasy 7. The 2D pre-rendered backgrounds were fine, but once I entered a 3D battle the world became a slideshow. The characters looked okay, but anything resembling a texture looked weird and wrong—too dark, or distorted. I never made it to the 3D world map, but I think my computer would probably have melted. … [Read more...] about Did you ever upgrade, build, or buy a PC just so you could play one particular game?