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  • UC leaders consider limiting out-of-state enrollment

    UC leaders consider limiting out-of-state enrollment
    The University of California is beginning to have second thoughts about its highly successful effort to bring more out-of-state students onto its campuses. In a bid to boost revenue, the system five years ago began to aggressively recruit students...
  • ODU panel: Stick to your dreams, not necessarily your business plan

    ODU panel: Stick to your dreams, not necessarily your business plan
    An audience of about 250, most of them students who raised their hands to declare that they plan someday to start a business, were told by a panel of entrepreneurs at Old Dominion University on Thursday that their paths to success are likely to be winding...
  • Gay university presidents organize

    Gay university presidents organize
    Raymond Crossman remembers trying to fit in and find a comfort level while in college. He recalls getting involved with an organization that required a written request to a nondescript mailbox where names were not included and a secret rendezvous was...
  • Meredith Toews and Drew Lorentzen

    Meredith Toews and Drew Lorentzen
    Meredith Toews and Drew Lorentzen Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Thiessen of Newport Coast joyfully announce the marriage of their daughter, Meredith Leigh-Anne Toews, to Drew Gregory Lorentzen, son of Terry and Debbie Lorentzen of Newport Beach. The wedding...
  • Huguely trial highlights alcohol abuse at colleges, universities

    Huguely trial highlights alcohol abuse at colleges, universities
    There's little question that George Huguely V, the former University of Virginia student on trial for murder, had a problem with alcohol. He had been arrested twice for drinking-related infractions, one of them violent, in his early 20s. And he admits to...
  • Ensemble theater companies blossoming in Baltimore

    Ensemble theater companies blossoming in Baltimore
    They're mostly in their 20s, college grads who majored in theater or related studies. If they weren't friends before deciding to collaborate, they're friends now. They're enthusiastic multitaskers. None of them will get rich soon. Meet the participants...
  • Colorado, others vie with Oklahoma for drone test sites

    Colorado, others vie with Oklahoma for drone test sites
    Oklahoma may be at the nexus of violent tornadoes and scientific developments in unmanned aircraft, but the state faces stiff competition in its bid to become one of the first six federal sites allowed to test the technology.  Fifty applications have...
  • Jim Doyle leaps into the ballet scene with fog effects for 'Azimuth'

    Jim Doyle leaps into the ballet scene with fog effects for 'Azimuth'
    It's a typically dry afternoon in Sun Valley, in an industrial area near the Burbank airport where the pavement is scorched and the air is speckled with construction dust. Tucked behind a 12-foot-high ficus hedge, however, inside a Willy Wonka-like...
  • Bertram Wyatt-Brown, acclaimed historian

    Bertram Wyatt-Brown, acclaimed historian
    Dr. Bertram Wyatt-Brown, an acclaimed and influential professor of American history who wrote widely on Southern history and culture and whose book on honor in the antebellum South was a 1983 Pulitzer Prize finalist, died Monday of pulmonary fibrosis at...
  • Richard J. Cross

    With heavy hearts and eternal hope, the family of Richard Cross announces his passing on December 19, 2013. Richard follows his beloved wife of 56 years, Susie. He is survived by his son John Cross and his wife, Donna, daughter Carolyn Suttle and her...
  • Mexican immigrants insulated native workers from job cuts, study says

    Mexican immigrants insulated native workers from job cuts, study says
    New research published Tuesday found that in cities with large numbers of Mexican-born workers, the immigrants insulated native-born workers from steep job losses during the recession. Researchers said that when labor markets soured, immigrants chased...