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Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Maine resident Richard Ford will deliver the commencement speech at the University of Maine at Farmington's 2014 graduation.
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Tamer Fakahany, left, and John Mancini pose for a photo in the Nerve Center at The Associated Press headquarters in New York, Thursday, April 24, 2014.
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After more than 100 years as a daily print newspaper, The Columbia Daily Spectator announced plans Wednesday night to move to a weekly print schedule next year , Capital New York reports.
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Engineering Services Division Chief Ollie Mumpower has been serving as the acting director of the department since the retirement of former director Jim Arnoult in fall 2013.
Researchers may have found a way to classify and detect gum disease well before symptoms become severe.
UC Berkeley acting law school Dean Gillian Lester has taken the top post at Columbia University's law school, Columbia President Lee Bollinger announced Wednesday.
For your information: MNT accounts were not affected by the recent Heartbleed bug, as we were not running a vulnerable version of OpenSSL.
Editor's note: Alexander J. Motyl is professor of political science at Rutgers University-Newark.
As a freshman, he is poorly versed in the social etiquettes of his new home but charismatic campus mate Lucien Carr takes Allen under his wing and introduces the newcomer to inner sanctums where other bright young things, including Jack Kerouac and William S Burroughs , intellectually spar with one another.
Let's say that you're a historian in 2064 and you want to look at the New York Times for a view of how journalists represented celebrity fashion in the early 2000s.
Steve Inskeep talks to Columbia University president Lee Bollinger about the Supreme Court's most recent decision to uphold Michigan's affirmative action ban.
The history of the telegraph and telephone-the world's first two electrical communications networks-contradicts assumptions many hold that government regulation is an impediment to innovation.
Thousands of students apply to Ivy League schools, but very few are accepted. Wilmington native Patrick Peoples has the distinct honor of getting into seven of them.
MRSA in homes is on the increase. Staphylococcus aureus , more commonly known by its acronym MRSA, is an antibiotic resistant bacterial infection , which up until now was generally thought to be restricted to confined places like hospitals, locker rooms and nursing homes.
Most of us have attended at least one class at the Alamo Colleges or know someone who has, but it is a safe bet that the majority of us would be hard-pressed to name a member of the board of trustees, who are elected to six-year terms.
Our dependence on antibiotics has already resulted in a number of scary outbreaks of diseases that can't be cured by the standard drugs.
On one recent night, the Intelligence Squared U.S. debate series put forth a motion on Columbia University's campus: "More Clicks, Fewer Bricks: The Lecture Hall Is Obsolete."