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Saturday May 7th, 2022 day edition

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At 19 years old, Schlitz is about to become the youngest African American to graduate law school, according to a news release from the university.

Taylor Schlitz was accepted into nine different law schools across the country when she was 16 — but she chose to attend Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law.

Her path to law school wasn't conventional.

By age 16, she had her undergraduate degree from Texas Woman's University and was headed to law school.

Just a year later, in June 2020, Haley was elected to serve as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention.

At 17, she was one of the youngest delegates at the DNC that year. »

U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn gave cousin $141K in campaign and taxpayer funds, records show

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— A relative and close adviser to U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn has pocketed more than $141,000 from taxpayers and campaign donors since 2020, according to congressional and campaign payroll records.

Cawthorn, who was left partially paralyzed after a car accident and now uses a wheelchair, has been assisted by Smith on the campaign trail.

“My cousin Stephen that they’re attacking is my ADA,” Cawthorn said of Smith in a Wednesday video. »

Outriders didn't make a profit in 2021, People Can Fly confirms

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Outriders didn't turn a profit throughout 2021 and developer People Can Fly have not received any royalty payments from the game.

Outriders didn't break even throughout 2021, new financial reports from People Can Fly have confirmed.

Square Enix has previously said that Outriders exceeded their expectations on many metrics including digital sales and active users. »

Eve Online fans literally cheer Microsoft Excel features at annual Fanfest

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But Eve Online showed itself to be the exception when developer CCP announced coming Excel integration during its Eve Fanfest keynote this morning.

"It's not April fools; this is real," Eve Online Creative Director Bergur Finnbogason said on the Fanfest stage, receiving bemused laughter in response.

"I'm not lying—we actually reached out to [Microsoft] and they were like, 'Oh my god, we love Eve!'". »