Today is Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017. Here’s what you need to know.
News from The Post:
Many students oppose the University’s new “Freedom of Expression” policy forbidding protesting inside University buildings. (The Post)
Check out what happened on American Horror Story last night. (The Post)
Virtual reality simulation is being being used in the medical school to simulate tough situations students will have to face in the ER and hospitals. (The Post)
Apple announced yesterday that they were releasing the new iPhone X. The Verge reported the iPhone X is equipped with a new set of facial recognition cameras, said to replace Touch ID, edge-to-edge screen and is dropping the home button.
The new iPhone is set to ship Nov. 3rd, priced at $999 for 64 GB and $1,149 for 256 GB.
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Cloudy, but grab an umbrella because there is a 70 percent chance of rain. High of 76 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Scores and Game Times.
None to report, but check out this story about hockey goalie Jackson Chilberg. (The Post)
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Americans earn as much as they did in 1972. (The Washington Post)
Floodwaters produced by Hurricane Harvey were tested for contamination (The New York Times)
Eight killed at a Dallas Cowboys watch party in Texas (CNN)