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NFL legend suffered brain damage

BOSTON, Nov. 6 (UPI) -- A former member of the Buffalo Bills, Cookie Gilchrist, had a neurodegenerative disease that caused cognitive decline and behavioral problems, researchers say.
George W. Bush library to mark a milestone

George W. Bush library to mark a milestone

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- Former President George W. Bush expressed his pleasure Monday at the progress being made in building his presidential library in Texas.

LA worker's send-off party worries critic

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- A Los Angeles city official may have unintentionally used his position to influence others to attend his retirement party, a critic says.

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Political couple consulted each other

SACRAMENTO, April 13 (UPI) -- Two California politicians who are married to each other say they broke no laws when each collected consulting fees from the other's campaign organization.

Alzheimer's effect on driving studied

BOSTON, Nov. 29 (UPI) -- Boston University is planning to research the effects of Alzheimer's disease on driving a motor vehicle.

Quilt museum to open in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb., April 19 (UPI) -- Ground will be broken next spring for the nation's first quilt museum and international center for study of quilting at the University of Nebraska.

Commentary: The self-appointed altruists

SKOPJE, Macedonia, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- Their arrival portends rising local prices and a culture shock. Many of them live in plush apartments, or five star hotels, drive sports utility venhicles, sport $3,000 laptops and personal digital assistants.
SAM VAKNIN, UPI Senior Business Correspondent

Commentary: The morality of Child labor

SKOPJE, Macedonia, Oct. 4 (UPI) -- From the comfort of their plush offices and five to six figure salaries, self-appointed non-government organizations (NGO's) often denounce child labor as their employees rush from one five star hotel to another, $3,000 subnotebooks and PDA's in hand. The
SAM VAKNIN, UPI Senior Business Correspondent
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Robert Arthur Morton Stern, usually credited as Robert A. M. Stern, (born May 23, 1939) is an American architect and Dean of the Yale University School of Architecture.

His work is generally classified as postmodern, though a more useful classification would be a particular emphasis on context and the continuity of traditions. He may have been the first architect to use the term "postmodernism", but more recently he has used the phrase "modern traditionalist" to describe his work.

He received a bachelor's degree from Columbia University in 1960 and a master's degree in architecture from Yale University in 1965. After graduating from Yale, Stern worked as a designer in the office of Richard Meier in 1966, prior to forming the firm of Stern & Hagmann with a fellow student from his days at Yale, John S. Hagmann, in 1969. In 1977 he founded the successor firm, Robert A. M. Stern Architects. Before becoming architecture dean at Yale, he was professor of architecture at Columbia and director of Columbia's Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture.

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Robert Stern."
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