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Washington, VA (16 miles from Luray, VA)
CEdge has an opportunity for a Systems Integrator (Senior Level), located in the Washington Metro Area (VA). If you are ready to work alongside World Renowned Technology experts, and carry the...
11 days ago
Humphrey Holding - Luray, VA
POSITION SUMMARY: The Community/Property Manager is directly responsible for all aspects of the resident community and services. S/he is responsible for supervision of all team members associated...
90+ days ago

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Sports and Society
Sports play a giant role in contemporary society worldwide. But few of us pause to think about the larger questions of money, politics, race, sex, culture, and commercialization that surround...

Sports Injury Prevention
Preventing injury is a key factor to achieving greatness in sport, and the difference between success and failure can depend on something as simple as correcting a poor training technique. This...

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