Inaugural [noun]

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The 46th president spoke of school reopenings in his inaugural address and later said he would like to see most K-8 schools reopen during his first 100 days in office.

Out of the 60 women that applied for exclusive mentorship programs, three inaugural winners were chosen to receive a Cantu-sponsored campaign valued at $160,000.

The company is targeting this year for New Glenn’s inaugural launch.

The funding actually marked BTV’s first investment in a cohort member of its inaugural accelerator program.

Keren Taylor sobbed when she saw Gorman leave the inaugural stage.

To kick off this inaugural Digiday Media Briefing, we have compiled what we see as some of the top trends in the media industry today.

The president, who spoke about the importance of in-person learning in his inaugural address, has vowed to reopen most K-8 schools during his first 100 days on the job.

A word about Amanda Gorman, the luminous 22-year-old poet who lifted a bruised and not so united United States with her stunning inaugural poem, “The Hill We Climb.”

Here, our eight inaugural members of the 2030 committee offer their own specific solutions—and in them, perhaps, the seeds of 21st century optimism.

He’s been performing at inaugural events since Jimmy Carter.