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As the bureau was hiring for the 2010 census, 9.7 percent of Americans were jobless. Even a temp job as a census taker drew millions of applicants eager to earn $17.75 an hour.

Houser figured that she would easily land one of 1.2 million openings because she held the same job during the 1990 census. She was turned aside.

In 2010, Houser, then 69, became a lead plaintiff in the federal class-action suit against the Census Bureau. The suit alleged the bureau's hiring policies involving criminal-background checks discriminated disproportionately against African Americans and Latinos, because their arrest and conviction rates tend to be higher.

"It's like a slap in the face," Houser said when the suit was filed.



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It turned out many applicants' records included errors not easily remedied during the application process. Others had no records but were caught up in cases of mistaken identity, plaintiffs' lawyers said in a news conference.

The bureau's only comment Wednesday was to outline terms of the agreement. It admitted no liability.

Of the $15 million settlement, $5 million will be used to help class members clear errors in their criminal records. Industrial organizational psychologists will help the bureau redesign its hiring process to properly evaluate applicants' records. Class members will get advance notice of 2020 census jobs.


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Clarke estimated 70 million Americans, or one in three people of working age, have some sort of criminal record.

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"They've set up a program where I get to run my own start-up, but they provide me with tools along the way," Weinsten said on a recent visit to Tee Vision Printing near Kensington. It's one of eight printers Fresh Prints uses around the country.

Weinsten's sales are starting to mean some serious beer-and-pizza money. Her total for the 2015-16 school year, her first in business: $163,500, of which she got to keep $13,997.

All Fresh Prints campus managers are entitled to at least 7 percent of sales, and up to 9 percent, based on bonuses for reaching certain sales goals. With few exceptions, a manager has an entire campus to himself - or herself. In the Philadelphia area, Penn is the only campus where Fresh Prints is active.


"We'd love to have more Philly schools," said Jolijt (Yo-light) Tamanaha, 23, a 2015 political science graduate from Washington University in St. Louis and chief marketing officer at Fresh Prints.

Penn has been consistently fertile ground for the venture since friends Sasha Sherman and Jason Israel started it there and at Washington University in 2009, seeing sales potential in all the sororities and fraternities, athletic and service clubs.

Two years later, the company, with a presence on nine campuses, was profitable but not big enough to support Sherman and Israel, who were graduating. They sold Fresh Prints at an undisclosed price to two students who were interested in growing it and running a business: Jacob Goodman and Josh Arbit, students and fraternity brothers at Washington University. Goodman, a New York native, was majoring in finance; Arbit, from Teaneck, N.J.,jordans for cheap, in entrepreneurship.

Goodman and Arbit spent the 21/2 years until they graduated expanding operations to other campuses, mostly through student referrals. Fresh Prints reported $1.9 million in revenue in the last 12 months.

Product design is primarily through https://freshprints.com/. Customers can either do their own designs or use one available through Fresh Prints.

A campus manager's main job is to develop and process sales. That explains why the application process is "painfully long," Tamanaha said. "We only hire 3 percent of the people who start the application."


But those who make it through the five rounds - written questions, behavioral analysis, case studies, mock email sales pitches to Goodman, and a phone interview - have demonstrated what Tamanaha said is a trademark characteristic of a successful campus manager: persistence.

Because of the time it takes to develop skills and a market, Fresh Prints will not hire campus managers who are beyond their sophomore year.

Weinsten cited sales as the biggest learning curve,cheap air jordans, "figuring out the best way to reach people. For college kids, I text a lot." For leads, she relies on social media, such as event announcements on Facebook,cheap jordan shoes, and on fliers distributed on Penn's campus.

Though there are loads of custom-apparel vendors on the internet, Weinsten said she emphasizes her locally based service, which enables order fulfillment in as little as a day or two in a pinch (a week to 10 days is preferred), and "extremely low prices."

"We know a lot of these kids are working on tight budgets," she said.

Weinsten will be looking to tap more of those budgets in the fall: "My goal is to get over $200,000 in sales next year."

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VILLANOVA finished 6-5 last season, despite losing Walter Payton Award-winning quarterback John Robertson early and most of their running backs by November. If the Wildcats had gone 7-4, they probably would have made the NCAA playoffs. The wounds were mostly self-inflected. The Wildcats had a fumble returned for a length-of-the-field touchdown against them in an 11-point September home loss to Penn. They gave up three non-offensive touchdowns in a season-ending, nine-point loss at James Madison, when they still had a chance to earn a share of the Colonial Athletic Association title. And there was a 28-21,cheap jordan shoes, late-October loss at Towson in which then-redshirt freshman Zach Bednarczyk threw two interceptions that came back all the way, including an 86-yarder with just under five minutes to go when the Wildcats were threatening to tie the game. That's a bunch of scars. On Saturday afternoon the Wildcats, who beat Lehigh at home last week by five, will host Towson (also 1-1) in a CAA opener. Their three games after this are against Lafayette, Elon and Rhode Island, all teams they figure to be favored over, before they have to go to preseason favorite Richmond, which is ranked second in FCS. Which means . . . "It's interesting that the third game of the year could put you in a position like this," said coach Andy Talley, who's in his 32nd and final season. "It's a must-win, if you want to get ready to get going in the CAA. As we move down the line, the heavier part of our schedule, at least on paper, is in the second half. If we could somehow carve out a win, I think it would be a tremendous lead-in for us. So there's a lot of hype around it. We'll get a good idea of what we're going to be this year." The Tigers have taken three of the last five meetings, though Villanova did win by 28 on the Main Line two years ago. Bednarczyk doesn't think the Wildcats are using what happened last season as any added fuel. But neither have they forgotten. Especially him. "There's probably a little bit of that, but no one's going around the locker room saying we have to get revenge on these guys,cheap jordans for sale," he explained. "We knew we had a good shot at winning the game last year if we just eliminated some mistakes. If we don't beat ourselves, we believe we're good enough to beat anyone. "We're watching film on them from this year. But I also watched the game from last year. It was real frustrating to see some of the bad decisions I made. I wouldn't throw those balls blindly. But looking back on that, it was good for me to see (again). Even with those mistakes, we almost won the game. I learned from it. It made me a better player. You just don't want the lessons to be so severe. In the long run, it helps. But in the moment, it was horrible." That game was only his fourth start. He completed 58 percent of his passes for 1,396 yards,cheap air jordan shoes, with 10 TDs and seven picks. He was also the team's top rusher, with 515 yards and five scores on 106 carries. It was enough to get him the CAA co-Offensive Rookie of the Year. This season he's thrown for only 175 yards and no TDs, but the opener was at FBS Pitt. Last week, the team ran for almost 400, while throwing only three times in the second half. "That's probably not going to happen every Saturday," Talley said. "The protection up front has to improve a little bit so Zach (who's rushed for 94 on 26 attempts) doesn't have to pull it down and take off as much. And we're a little light in the receiving corps. We're still trying to develop some guys there. There's not a go-to guy he feels totally comfortable with yet." Of course, it's only mid-September, even though conventional wisdom would suggest it's not really too early. Not if you want to get back to the postseason. "That's why in the offseason the coaches were preaching how every single play has a huge impact," Bednarczyk said. "We were, like,yourcellan.com, three plays away from winning this game last year. Same with JMU. But we didn't. We played good football for, like, 97 percent of the game and it didn't matter, because the other 3 percent killed us. That's how fragile this stuff is. Once you've seen that side of it you, never want to go through it anymore." Agenda Towson at Villanova Saturday, 3:30 Villanova Stadium TV: Comcast SportsNet. Radio: 610 Sports (WTEL-AM). Records: Both teams 1-1. This is the CAA opener for each. History: Villanova leads, 7-5. About Towson: Tigers beat St. Francis at home, 35-28, by scoring the final 25 points, 22 of them in the second half...They opened with a 56-20 loss at FBS South Florida...QB Morgan Mahalak, a transfer from Oregon, was injured and replaced by redshirt sophomore Ellis Knudson, who threw for 301 yards on only 10 completions vs. St. Francis. About Villanova: Wildcats got Andy Talley his 250th career victory, 26-21, over visiting Lehigh, after trailing, 14-6, at halftime...They ran for almost 400 yards and threw only three passes in the second half...Javon White had a career-best 155 yards on 23 carries,cheap jordans, which tied a career high...Two different kickers missed extra points. Former walk-on Gerard Smith, who was pulled for Steve Weyler after also missing a field goal, will once again be the first guy used...Walk-on soph LB Ben Evans has a brother, Sam, who's a senior starting offensive guard for Towson. kernm@phillynews.com @mikekerndn More Coverage Published: September 15, 2016 ?? 8:01 PM EDT Philadelphia Daily News






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MONDAY, Nov. 28,jordans for cheap, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- A pediatrician can play an important part in helping children adjust when their parents split up, a new American Academy of Pediatrics report says.

"The pediatrician can help parents understand their children's reactions to divorce or separation," said report co-lead author Dr. Carol Weitzman, chairwoman of the AAP's Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.

"Those reactions will vary, depending on age and stage of development. Parents should be encouraged to answer their children's questions honestly,yourcellan.com, and allow them to express their own feelings," she said in an AAP news release.

Each year, parents of more than 1 million children in the United States break up, and the youngsters may suffer emotional trauma and need extra support, according to the report.


Published online Nov. 28 and in the December issue of the journal Pediatrics, the report is a guide for doctors.

The report pointed out that children of unmarried parents who are splitting up face the same challenges and need the same support as those whose parents are divorcing. A pediatrician can help most by maintaining neutral relationships with both parents and advising them when intervention is needed, the report said.

Many children's behavior changes in the first year of parent separation, but most problems clear up within two to three years, according to the report. Still, a child's sense of loss may last for years and may be acute during holidays,cheap jordans free shipping, birthdays or other special events, the report said.

Factors that affect how kids respond include their temperament, the parents' ability to focus on the youngsters' needs and feelings, and child-parent relationships before and after the split.

Kids' emotions, behaviors and needs are likely to change as they get older, the report noted. Among the potential adjustment challenges they face are changes in custody arrangements, adapting to stepfamilies and parents' dating and sexual activities.

"Children's routines -- such as school, extracurricular activities and their contact with friends and family -- should remain as normal and unchanged as possible," said Dr. Michael Yogman, chairman of the AAP's Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health.

"Children need to understand that they did not cause the divorce, and have their questions answered honestly, at their level of understanding," he added.

If necessary, pediatricians should refer families to mental health and child-focused professionals with expertise in divorce, the report said.

The report, in the December issue of Pediatrics, was published online Nov. 28.

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Now that the "Nutter Era" is officially past tense, and Jim Kenney is managing this obstreperous city, we'll be seeing a lot less of Michael Nutter, the person. Yet the architectural additions and deletions that occurred during his tenure will stay with us for a long time. What were its hallmarks? Slideshow Changing Skyline: The best and worst architecture of the Nutter era Advertisment of Gallery: Sadly,www.yourcellan.com, this period yielded very little of the kind of architecture that ends up in the history books. That's partly because Nutter took office as the United States was slipping into the Great Recession and developers' best-laid plans were going awry. Lacking cash for major public undertakings, Nutter's team became an early adopter of tactical urbanism, like pop-up beer gardens and painted bike lanes. One of his administration's most lasting design legacies turned out to be its enthusiastic embrace of the temporary. At the other end of the spectrum was a trend so ubiquitous it practically flew under the radar: the rowhouse boom. Roughly 4,000 of these vertical single-family houses were erected during the Nutter years, catapulting unchanging redbrick neighborhoods into the 21st century. Every mayor is, deep down, a master builder. Many qualities that make a project memorable, like materials and formal details,cheap retro jordans, are beyond the city's control, but a mayor can set the tone, establish priorities, and, most crucially, use the respect for the office to twist arms. Nutter and his team did that with varying degrees of success. Here are my 15 candidates for the best and worst designs completed during his tenure. You can start disagreeing now. The good The new rowhouse. Packed with the kind of amenities once synonymous with a house in the suburbs, the teeny trinity has morphed into a McRowhouse - bigger, taller, wider, grander,cheap jordans free shipping, and more expensive. The new designs allow people to live in the city without giving up the domestic comforts that Americans prize. Unfortunately, too many come with front-loaded garages. They can also upset local economic and class dynamics. Singh Center for Nanotechnology. This sublime glass outcrop at 33d and Walnut by Weiss Manfredi is as much a piece of man-made topography as it is a building. The University of Pennsylvania building is also the only Philadelphia design during Nutter's tenure to make the cover of Architectural Record. The Barnes Foundation. Despite being crammed onto a site that is too small for its purpose, and that devotes too much space to the car, the museum on the Parkway by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien is itself a great, sensuous work of art. The architects pulled off the impossible trick of replicating the Barnes' Merion galleries without making them feel embalmed. Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. MS&R's Jefferey Scherer and Garth Rockcastle took the 1978 "decorated shed" created by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown and blew out the interior, turning an open-plan office space into a mind-blowing, Escher-inspired puzzle. Just walking into the Drexel University building at 35th and Market will make you more creative. Affordable housing. Two projects, Paseo Verde at Ninth and Berks and the John C. Anderson Apartments on 13th Street, offer proof that low-income housing can slip easily into the urban fabric, and look good doing so. Transit-friendly Paseo Verde includes 67 market-rate units and ground-floor retail, and Anderson caters to LGBT seniors. Neither would exist without Nutter administration support. Both are the work of WRT. Cheesecake Factory building. Who would have expected a three-story commercial building to make our hearts race? BCJ's cutaway at 15th and Walnut challenges the modernist idea that glass walls are curtains that lightly enclose space. Instead, you perceive this building as having thickness. Great saves. Although Nutter is fairly criticized for his expedient treatment of Philadelphia's historic patrimony, he deserves applause for some big rescues: Willis Hale's long-suffering Divine Lorraine on North Broad and a pair of Germantown white elephants, the Nugent and Presser Homes. Sensitively renovated by JKR Partners, both house low-income seniors. Pine and Spruce bike lanes. There were bike lanes before, but these wide, buffered crosstown versions helped legitimize bicycles as transport. Niche parks. The Nutter era was a golden age for park building, especially parks that cater to specific users. Sisters Cities serves the preschool set, Paine's Park provides a lush oasis for skateboarders, and the Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk lets trail users walk on water. And now the bad . . . 1900 Arch apartments. This building wasn't designed,cheap jordans, it was canned. Light-repelling metal panels span the surface, mimicking a retail bar code in a depressing gray-blue color scheme. For some reason,cheap real jordans, a large patch of the 19th Street facade has no windows. How can such a dreary building rub elbows with Norman Foster's elegant Comcast tower? Blame Varenhorst architects and developer PMC. Home2Suites. This is what happens when a highway motel chain dumps its standard formula into the big city. Slathered with sickly yellow, synthetic stucco - another architectural scourge - it looks like a plastic box next to the mighty stone Reading Terminal Market. Given that public subsidies covered nearly half the $59 million cost, we were badly overcharged. Family Court. Bad enough that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court outsourced a temple of justice to a second-rate office developer and well-connected lawyer, but did the EwingCole design at 15th and Arch have to be a variation of the boxy Penn Center buildings? With the lights on at night, it looks as though someone forgot to finish the interior walls. SugarHouse Casino. Tell me again why we sacrificed a beautiful stretch of the Delaware River for a big, windowless box and an even bigger garage? Great losses. Let us always remember that the dazzling, historically protected Boyd Theater was lost on Nutter's watch, in a bait-and-switch developer deal. During his tenure, churches fell with depressing regularity, including ones designed by noted architects like Samuel Sloan and John Notman. North Broad light poles. The city spent $14 million on a North Broad Street makeover and all we got was a phalanx of metal poles. The money would be better spent fixing sidewalks and making the street safer for pedestrians. ingasaffron@gmail.com 215-854-2213@ingasaffron www.philly.com/saffron More Coverage Published: January 22, 2016 ?? 3:01 AM EST The Philadelphia Inquirer

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The two-day trade show wrapped up Wednesday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

With online retailing, "the challenge is the consumer is moving faster than companies are able to adapt,jordans for cheap," said Don Nelson of New York-based eClerx L.L.C., which provides digital marketing services. He was among those trolling for new customers in the cavernous Expo Hall that showcased the latest technologies and products for retailers. "In some cases, they are bumping up against what is possible, and wanting more.

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A 40-foot-long Airstream recreational vehicle was parked near the back of the convention hall by Needle of Salt Lake City, with company representatives meeting inside with potential clients. The advocate-assisted e-commerce firm provides online marketing platforms to companies. Among its clients are Nikon; NCL Corp., operator of the Norwegian cruise line; and Coach.

Retail industry experts say that when retailers close a bricks-and-mortar store, they generally expect to recapture 25 percent to 30 percent of those sales either at a nearby store or online.

During the event, panel discussions with such titles as "The Power of Customer Lifetime Value" and "End Customer Churn" addressed how to keep the best customers.

One exhibitor, Richrelevance of San Francisco, already has a presence in Europe, but wants to establish a foothold in the United States with its retail kiosks.

The idea being, when a customer comes into a store to pick up an online order, a kiosk at the front counter will feature other pieces of clothing to complement that item. By touching the "add to cart" button on the kiosk screen that shows the item's price, a clerk can add it to the customer's bill.

Richrelevance calls this "extending the online shopping experience into the store" to help drive sales.


Among the event presenters Tuesday was Mike George, CEO of West Chester-based QVC Inc.,yourcellan.com, who went into the challenges facing organizations like his that are undergoing a digital transformation. George said about 50 percent of QVC's shopping business was now done online, and the other half through orders off the TV screen.

Doug Mack, CEO of Fanatics, the largest online branded sports apparel company, gave a keynote address Tuesday. He recalled how he went after top talent in the technology and mobile design fields when he joined the company 18 months ago.

"You can take data and technology to make a good company a great company," he said.

Mack said Fanatics' website is expected to get 250 million visits this year, and the company will ship 31 million items around the world.

The "web doctors," who critiqued retailers' websites, were kept busy both days. They had their own area in the Expo Hall with "The Doctor Is In" signage.

The most important suggestion that Sue Chapman, director of merchandising practice for Demandware of Burlington, Mass., made was to personalize an online shopping home page. Second, keep navigation paths concise for shoppers. And third, give them a full page of products to pick from.


Chapman, whose company provides software and other technology to develop retail websites, said the pace of technology the last few years has been incredible.
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No one knows when or why they might need some help through a low point, and their effort is a reminder to simply give what you can, when you can because we’re all running the same race. But instead of running against each other, we’re running with each other. And everyone will have a turn pushing and being pushed. By their 6 a.m. cutoff, Widerburg had extracted his revenge with 100 miles complete. Jensen, who got sick after I left and had to take a short nap, finished with 92 miles. Next year it will be Jensen seeking revenge as they're already planning next year's event. I left them slightly cold and very tired. But my short time with them also convinced me that no effort to reach out to another is insignificant, no act of loyalty wasted. Email: adonaldson@deseretnews.com Twitter: adonsports





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Wisconsin's election board on Friday approved the recount
requested by Green Party candidate Jill Stein. She has said she
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computer hacking had marked the Nov. 8 election.


Marc Elias, the Clinton campaign counsel, said the campaign
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