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  • A son advocates for his fellow millennials

    A son advocates for his fellow millennials
    Dad, Thank you for inviting me to do this generational dialogue. It is easier for you to extract lessons from the history of your generation than it is for me to offer prescriptions for the future of mine. It is simply impossible to know what the...
  • Texas Tenors put on a show for local scholarship foundation

    Texas Tenors put on a show for local scholarship foundation
    The Texas Tenors, the trio that first came into public prominence five years ago with their performance on “America’s Got Talent,” returned to Southern California on Sunday, Dec. 21 to perform a holiday concert in support of the...
  • Little-known tax break for wealthy helps low-income college students

    Little-known tax break for wealthy helps low-income college students
    Wealthy individuals and corporations have an opportunity to do good this year — while they do well, thanks to a new and little-known tax break. Two laws by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León provide College Access Tax Credits for contributions...
  • Finally, UC gets budget attention

    There's nothing like a possible tuition increase at the University of California to stir things up. Students rush out to protest; regents and politicians, parents and professors engage in robust — sometimes enraged — debate. And finally, if...
  • LFHS scholarship memorializes beloved teacher James Gantt

    LFHS scholarship memorializes beloved teacher James Gantt
    When beloved Lake Forest High School Social Studies Chairman James Gantt died suddenly of natural causes Sept. 17 at 63, it set off a flurry of communication among alumni. They reminisced, grieved and brainstormed ways to remember and honor Gantt, who...
  • Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials

    Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials
    The competition for Maryland's stem cell research grants will be stiffer than ever as applications flood in next month, forcing officials to be more selective even as scientists worry that the state's fiscal problems and a new administration in...
  • Green club working to install solar panels on school roof

    Green club working to install solar panels on school roof
    Highland Park High School's Green School Initiative club hopes to eventually help the school use solar energy to generate most of its electricity. Club member Garren Kalter, a sophomore, says he might graduate before solar panels get purchased and...
  • College Financial Aid Session For Manchester Students

    College Financial Aid Session For Manchester Students
    MANCHESTER — A local foundation is to hold a financial aid night for high school juniors and seniors on Jan. 6. The guest speaker for the event at East Catholic High School will be Carolyn Karno, owner of a consulting company that provides college...
  • With one small tax, America could insure the next generation a brighter future

    Nothing is more central to the American dream than equality of opportunity. In today's world, that usually means a college education — and, for most families, the challenge of paying for it. Congress could help meet that challenge. It could pass a...
  • A college degree in 4 years? Try 6

    A college degree in 4 years? Try 6
    Frederick LaLanne describes his mother as a helicopter parent who doesn't seem to mind that the baby of the family lives at home while he commutes to college. But it doesn't keep her from echoing the common refrain at the end of the semester: When are...
  • Regional Digest: Kolinsky Scolarship Deadline Approaching

    Scholarship Deadline Near High School seniors have fewer than six weeks to apply for the Bohdan Kolinsky Memorial Journalism Scholarship, which offers prospective sportswriters $2,000 for their freshman year of college and can be renewed annually,...