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  • Paul Fussell dies at 88; social historian and critic

    Paul Fussell dies at 88; social historian and critic
    For social historian and critic Paul Fussell, the most enduring moments of truth came as a 20-year-old platoon leader in France during World War II. German shrapnel tore up his back and thigh. The blood and guts of fellow soldiers were spewed on him....
  • College Roundup: Vanguard wins in NAIA first round

    WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Vanguard 82, Southern Poly 76 FRANKFORT, Ky. — Seniors Esther Timmermans and Alison Drennan had double-doubles and junior Nicole Ballestero led the Lions with 26 points in the first round of the NAIA women's basketball...
  • Tufts has 'no regrets' about suspending 27 players to begin season

    Tufts has 'no regrets' about suspending 27 players to begin season
    The university’s decision to suspend 27 Tufts players for using sexist and racist comments during a women’s volleyball game may have cost the Jumbos a pair of losses to New England Small College Athletic Conference opponents. But coach Mike...
  • College lines

    CONNECTICUT COLLEGE: Margaret Robbins, of Fallston, a sophomore at Connecticut College took part in "People Watching," the Dance Club's spring performance, Feb. 28 and March 1 and 2 at the Martha Myers Dance Studio at Connecticut College. The concert...
  • Reading Of Unearthed Play Highlights Eugene O'Neill Celebration

    Reading Of Unearthed Play Highlights Eugene O'Neill Celebration
    A recently unearthed one-act play by Eugene O'Neill, "Exorcism," will receive a free reading this weekend at the 13th annual Eugene O'Neill Celebration at the Monte Cristo Cottage, the boyhood home of the playwright in New London. The celebration...
  • "The Trojan Women," SITI-Style, At Connecticut College

    "The Trojan Women," SITI-Style, At Connecticut College
    The Siti Company’s production “Trojan Women (after Euripides)” will be presented Saturday, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. at Connecticut College’s Palmer Auditorium in New London. Tickets are $28 for general admission, $25 for seniors and $14...
  • Sage Hill alums head abroad to teach

    Three Sage Hill School alumni will teach around the world next year as part of a prestigious international educational exchange program. Sage Hill class of 2008's Karam Sethi, Everett "Alex" Heiney and Heather Siegel were accepted in to the Fulbright...
  • Department of Education lists cheapest and costliest colleges

    Department of Education lists cheapest and costliest colleges
    Berea College doesn’t have the cachet and name recognition of Harvard or Yale. But it also doesn’t have the high price tag. The small Christian school in Kentucky charges the lowest annual tuition and fees of any four-year private college --...
  • Head of the Class: News of local students' achievements

    Eve Carlson, of Towson, was named to the spring semester dean's list at Bucknell University, in Lewisburg, Pa. Bethany Reynolds, of Timonium, a junior at Washington and Lee University, has been selected for the spring/summer 2012 Johnson Opportunity...
  • Commentary: No One's Getting Any Legal Marijuana

    Commentary: No One's Getting Any Legal Marijuana
    Three weeks ago, Connecticut joined 16 other states plus the District of Columbia and legalized the medicinal use of marijuana. So now one-third of Americans have the option to medicate with cannabis — legally. The remaining two-thirds? Many can...
  • Five-second rule

    Five-second rule
    The controversial "five-second rule" — the one that allows us to eat dropped food if it's quickly scooped off the floor — is a bunch of baloney, according to Clemson University food scientist Paul Dawson, who stirred up the long-debated...