From the Civil War to the mid-1920s America saw big business replacing small ones. Industrialization created immense wealth, but the distribution of that wealth
Hotel, restaurant and tourism management majors share dishes, show families expertise in their kitchens
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In a normal teaching situation, Assistant Professor Brian Teague loves to move about a biology lab and check with students on their progress.
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