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SIMPLY JESSICA: Knatokie Ford leverages entertainment to advance STEM classes

Knatokie Ford was in an accident when she was a child that left her partially blind in her right eye. She became curious about how her eyes worked. In high school, she took AP Chemistry and AP Physics. She became engrossed in science with the help of great teachers. “I did different internships that helped Read More…

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Charter offers high-speed internet

BOYLE HEIGHTS — In an effort to bridge the digital divide, Charter Communications introduced a new stand-alone low-cost, high-speed broadband service, Spectrum Internet Assist at a special ceremony at Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School. Spectrum Internet Assist offers eligible customers low-cost broadband speeds up to 30 megabytes per second, which meets and even exceeds the Read More…

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Former employee blasts Twitter on lack of diversity

NEW YORK – When Leslie Miley posted an article critiquing Twitter’s diversity failings, he thought only a few friends and former colleagues would notice. But the ex-Twitter engineer’s post went viral: It sparked an apology from Twitter three days later. It also spurred a much-needed conversation around diversity efforts. Oh, and it led to a Read More…