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Sears, Drowning In Red Ink, Finally Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulY0WJpeAHg Sears — the iconic American retailer that has sold everything from clothing and toys to refrigerators and socket wrenches over its more than 125-year history — may have reached the end. The Sears Holdings company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday after failing to make a $134 million debt payment. The bankruptcy filing is the latest and most significant milestone in a long decline for the company once best-known for pioneering the mail-order...

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The first edition of the "Presidential Community News From The Hill" Fall 2018 semester is here!

AAMU Alumni Association Homecoming 2018 Big Tent Tailgate!

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Nobel Laureate Klaus Von Klitzing will deliver the 21st Annual Putcha Venkateswarlu Memorial Lecture in the Dawson Building auditorium on the campus of Alabama A&M University Friday, October 26th at 3 p.m. A reception will follow at 5 p.m. in the College of Business and Public Affairs, Clyde Foster Multi-purpose Room.

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Information on the 12th Annual Alabama A&M University Alumni Association, Inc. Homecoming Scholarship Golf Tournament.  

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When T Magazine profiled the French artist Sophie Calle in April 2017, she appeared to be pregnant. Calle was 63 then, and the writer, Mary Kaye Schilling, admitted to being surprised at the sight of the artist's swollen belly. A pregnancy would have been more than possible, as an Indian woman proved a year before Schilling showed up on Calle's doorstep.

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