3D laser scanners are a more accurate way of gathering forensics

  Law enforcement across the United States is using 3D laser scanners to help the forensic process become more efficient and accurate. Last month it was reported a growing skepticism in forensics because of analysts who intentionally or accidentally mishandled forensics. One way law enforcement is attempting to reduce doubt and human error is to use 3D laser scanners to gather evidence at a crime scene. The 3D lasers scanners have many benefits to citizens and law enforcement. The scanners

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An unpopular path to become a scientist and medical doctor

Dr. Omar Bagasra took an unpopular path to become a scientist and medical doctor. At the time Dr. Bagasra was born in India, it was the tradition for boys to go to school until the third or fourth grade to learn to read and write, and from there were expected to work with their father. The culture and his family would be odds he would need to overcome to reach his goal to be a scientist. Dr. Bagasra at the

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College Student determined to graduate despite recent diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis

Anthony Stidam, age 20, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis July 22, 2015, but he refuses to let the disease to keep him from graduating from college and pursuing his goals of graphics and website design. Anthony Stidam was working in Clemson, South Carolina last summer when he noticed a headache on the left side of his head and then his left eye became blurry, to ensure it was nothing seriously wrong he went to the emergency room. The doctors conducted

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Damion Johnson is pursuing his dream while teaching students to do the same

Damion Johnson is an Orangeburg native who is chasing his dream of doing art full time. Johnson recently held his an art exhibition at Claflin University on Thursday, January 21. What most don’t know is that Johnson is more than an artist. He also is a small business owner and a teacher. Johnson owns Fadez Barbershop located at 115 Boulevard Street in Orangeburg and teaches at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School. Johnson begins his day by getting up in the morning at

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Powerhouse of Deliverance still searching for funding, but community service continues

Powerhouse of Deliverance located at 111 Whitman Street in Orangeburg, SC, is still seeking funding but is still committed to doing community service. The program coordinator, Keylon Singleton, reported last December that he uses the money he makes from photography to fund the community service projects by Powerhouse of Deliverance. As of today, there is still a lack of financial support for the community service organization. Mr. Singleton still does photography and still use the money to host several projects.

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