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A full agenda on a spring eve
CELEBRATING THE FUTURE The Burke family mom Lynne, son James, grandmother Cathy McCarthy and daughter Lillie celebrate James's receiving of a $500 scholarship from the West Barnstable Civic Association at its recent meeting.
Wed May 22, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
UNH logo: Why all the anger?
These three new logo designs proposed for the University of New Hampshire have prompted the formation of UNH Students Against The Change of the Thompson Hall Logo.
Sun May 19, 2013
Monday: Skype With Big Read Author Julia Alvarez at Terrill Middle School
This release was received from the Scotch Plains Library. The Big Read continues at Scotch Plains Public Library with opportunities for the community to participate in a video chat with Julia Alvarez, author of our Big Read selection In the Time of the Butterflies .
Fri May 17, 2013
IHT Rendezvous: France Fights Racism By Outlawing 'Race'
In a move aimed at undermining the bogus foundation of racist ideology, France's National Assembly has decided to drop the word "race" from the country's laws.
Thu May 16, 2013
Green Mountain College to Divest From Fossil Fuels
Kudos to Green Mountain College for its announcement this week that it is committing to divest its $3.1 million endowment from companies profiting from fossil fuels.
GSA names honors parts, commencement speaker
Valedictorian Nolan Schroth Ellsworth is the son of Jennifer Schroth and Jon Ellsworth of Brooklin.
Pianist Diana Fanning: I want people to know about Leos Janacek's piano music
Organized by the International Dvorak Society, the American Spring music festival annually brings internationally renowned soloists and music ensembles to a broad audience in the Czech Republic, with concerts and master classes taking place in dozens of towns and villages around the country.
Wed May 15, 2013
What the Frack? Middlebury College at Odds Over Addison County Pipeline Project
Middlebury College is viewed as one of the greenest academic institutions in the country, but its support for a proposed natural-gas pipeline in Addison County is putting that reputation to the test.
Tue May 14, 2013
PVPUSD Releases College Destination List
Graduating seniors from Palos Verdes and Palos Verdes Peninsula high schools will be attending a wide range of colleges and universities in the fall, according to a list released last week by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District.
Welcoming a new storyteller to Adobe
Bianca recently graduated Middlebury College, where she created her own program as an Independent Scholar in Narrative Studies.
Former Vt voice coach sentenced in child porn case
A former voice coach to students at Middlebury College has been sentenced to six months in prison on a charge of viewing child pornography on his home computer.
Sat May 11, 2013
Johns Hopkins Tops Vassar, 5-1, in NCAA Second Round
The ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins men's tennis team won its school-record 16th straight match with a 5-1 win over Vassar in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday morning at host Middlebury College.
Thu May 09, 2013
Interview with Brian Dalton about Above the Law's New Rankings
You've no doubt heard about the new Above the Law Top 50 Law School Rankings . But have we really had the chance to scrutinize them to death? ATL itself has done the job for us, to some extent, with self-criticism here and here .
Wed May 08, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Caitlin Carroll of Scotch Plains wins Gold Award
Mount Saint Mary Academy senior Caitlin Carroll of Scotch Plains will be honored by the Girls Scouts Heart of New Jersey with the prestigious Gold Award for her work helping children to cope with the traumatic loss of a loved one.
TYCA-SE presents Distinguished Service Award to PTC Instructor
Chuck McDonnell, an English instructor at Piedmont Technical College, has been awarded the Bill Doster Distinguished Service Award from the Two-Year College English Association-Southeast . "The very first thought I had was gratitude," he said.
Before Retiring, Fran ois Clemmons Sings One More Concert at Middlebury College
In the 1970s, when Francois Clemmons was playing Sportin' Life in the Cleveland Symphony production of Porgy and Bess - the role that earned him a Grammy in 1973 - he asked musical director Lorin Maazel if he could ditch his tuxedo and wear a shimmering, multicolored silk smoking jacket instead.
Tue May 07, 2013
Church Lady: Love and a strong faith aid two Marco moms
Kathleen Tuttle/Eagle Correspondent Janet Stapleton holds a picture of her daughter-in-law Tara and granddaughter Harper Marie.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Mellany Corbin, Hunterdon Central graduate, is engaged to Tristram Bethea
Jerry and Gymlyn Corbin, of Hunterdon and Mercer Counties, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Mellany Corbin to Tristram Bethea, son of David and Carolyn Bethea of Greenville, SC.
Sun May 05, 2013
The Burlington Free Press
College divestment drive works to catch on
Last fall, after a new student group mobilized at the University of Vermont to push for fossil-fuel divestment, members drew up a 21-page proposal and called on trustees to take action at their February meeting.
The Burlington Free Press
Doing the math with Jamie Henn
Road-weary? To the contrary: Jamie Henn doesn't show any symptoms after his winter- and early spring cross-country bus gig with 350.org. The 2007 Middlebury College graduate says that in the aftermath of the 21-city-and-campus tour, he and thousands of others are primed to expand a global campaign of divestment from fossil fuels.