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  • Watchdog groups: Northwestern must do more to combat anti-Semitic graffiti

    Watchdog groups: Northwestern must do more to combat anti-Semitic graffiti
    Twenty-three anti-Semitism watchdog groups from across the country have signed a letter to the president of Northwestern University expressing their concerns for Jewish students on campus after anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered on campus last week....
  • UVa dean bashes Rolling Stone article in open letter

    An associate dean of students at the University of Virginia said Wednesday a widely discredited Rolling Stone article caused her professional and personal harm by portraying her as insensitive and unresponsive to an alleged victim of a gang rape....
  • Classical: Moravian College Choir to perform Karl Jenkins' unusual Requiem

    Classical: Moravian College Choir to perform Karl Jenkins' unusual Requiem
    You normally wouldn't equate Japanese haiku with a traditional Requiem Mass, but that's what Welsh composer Karl Jenkins does in his evocative Requiem. This most unusual work will have its Lehigh Valley premiere Saturday at Foy Concert Hall in Bethlehem,...
  • UVa dean bashes Rolling Stone article in open letter

    UVa dean bashes Rolling Stone article in open letter
    An associate dean of students at the University of Virginia said Wednesday a widely discredited Rolling Stone article caused her professional and personal harm by portraying her as insensitive and unresponsive to an alleged victim of a gang rape. Nicole...
  • M.H. Abrams, Norton anthology founder, dead at age 102

    M.H. Abrams, an esteemed critic, teacher and tastemaker who helped shape the modern literary canon as founding editor of the Norton Anthology of English Literature and joined the elite himself by writing one of the 20th century's most acclaimed works of...
  • 5 nursing students die in multi-vehicle crash in Georgia

    ATLANTA They were five college students with big dreams. The young women wanted to be nurses, and they were getting real-life experience at a Savannah hospital, about an hour away from Georgia Southern University. While most of their classmates were...
  • Senate panel advances $7B budget plan, $236M in borrowing

    The Senate's budget-writing committee advanced a package Wednesday that includes borrowing $236 million, mostly for college construction. Senate Finance voted 16-5 on the bond proposal after a unanimous vote on its separate, $7 billion spending plan...
  • Tuition bills start advancing in the House and Senate

    Lawmakers advanced proposals Wednesday to let public colleges raise their own tuition and fee rates, hoping to help campuses threatened with hefty budget cuts from the state. The House and Senate education committees approved without objection several...
  • Key elements of the Ohio House's version of the state budget

    A look at the key elements contained in the Ohio House version of the $71.5 billion, two-year state budget. Some highlights: ___ TAXES: —Eliminates the governor's proposed increases on certain business and sales taxes, cigarettes and the oil...
  • Baltimore Sun reporter named Marquette public service journalism fellow

    Baltimore Sun reporter named Marquette public service journalism fellow
    Baltimore Sun crime reporter Justin George on Tuesday was named a Public Service Journalism fellow at Marquette University and will spend the 2015-16 academic year in Milwaukee leading a team of student journalists to produce stories "with the potential...
  • Alden Nickerson, longtime Wheaton educator, dies at 84

    Alden Nickerson taught history and English for 20 years at Edison Junior High School in Wheaton, taking a primary role in establishing the school's model U.S. Congress program for eighth-graders. Just as important for Mr. Nickerson, however, were the...