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The female undergraduate student claims a man grabbed her by the arm and pulled her into an alley.
Rockford High School senior Tessa Powers dreams of designing prosthetics, not just to restore limbs, but to give someone back a piece of themselves, the 17-year-old said.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
This papyrus, said to be from ancient times, says that Jesus had a wife. Its discovery was announced in 2012 and new information uncovered by Live Science casts doubt on its origins.
A mistaken delivery paves the way for an unlikely romance in the Kitchen Stove Film Series next showing, The Lunchbox .
A leading grassroots liberal group is forming a book club to try and help boost Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren's new book to best seller status.
Go tell this to your kid who is throwing tantrums at learning maths. According to a new research, even monkeys have the ability to use numbers and symbols to add up.
Registration is open for Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility's 24th Annual Spring Conference on May 14. VBSR's largest event of the year, and Vermont's largest gathering of socially responsible business professionals, will be held from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM at the University of Vermont's Davis Center in Burlington.
Kevin Rudd wasn't so popular at the last federal election, but he is earning plenty of applause in his new job at Harvard University.
The College Board is changing the SAT again. The Post's Nick Anderson explains some things you might not know about the college admissions test and how it has evolved - starting with the meaning behind the letters "SAT."
The American Repertory Theater at Harvard University, under the leadership of Artistic Director Diane Paulus and Managing Director William Russ o , has announced the remaining production planned for its 2014/15 Season: Father Comes Home From the Wars , written by Suzan-Lori Parks and directed by Jo Bonney , in a co-production with The Public ... (more)
A popular Washington Post article by my colleague Michael S. Rosenwald said that researchers were finding that the habit of scanning and skinning material online was changing the human brain and hindering people's" ability to read long, complex and dense material.
Imagine a young woman during America's colonial period, alone, with little or no family, no money, no property, and no formal education.
The Republican Party is roiling with internal conflicts, say the analysts. The Tea Party is confronting the establishment.
Kudos to the Boston Globe , for publishing what can't have been an easy story, under the circumstances: This week, as the 2014 Boston Maratho n draws near, memories of suffering and heroism surely dominate the minds of everyone in the city and region.
Taylor Davis's persistent sculptural engagement with the issue of orientation utilizes form, space, subject, identity, place, material, and language to make art that consistently calls what is known into question.