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The Associated Press featured engineering research on artificial intelligence while The Saturday Evening Post and The Wall Street Journal tapped experts to discuss "fake news" in Russia and the split jury in the bribery and corruption trial of a U.S. senator, respectively.

All three Dayton TV stations previewed the Human Rights Center's biennial human rights conference, which attracts an international cast of more than 100 civil rights, race, immigration and human rights experts from more than 15 nations.

Other local coverage highlighted a University partnership with Big Four accounting firm EY that will prepare students for the corporate world and provide them internship opportunities, our annual Christmas on Campus celebration, and expertise in law and sustainability.

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