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West Texas A&M University President J. Patrick O'Brien named Michael Knox vice president for student affairs starting Aug. 11, pending approval by the university system's board of regents.
19 hrs ago | The Tribune
At the nation's busiest bus station, winding lines of riders wait amid cracked floors, crumbling ceiling tiles and a wheezing air-conditioning system helped along by old-fashioned floor fans.
President Barack Obama likes to play class warfare and talk about the income divide.
The next edition of "MetroFocus" features The Rise and Fall of Penn Station, Toms River, Jane Pauley and Little Free Libraries.
With Chinese students flocking to schools overseas, students from other countries are, in turn, spending their summer vacations in China to prepare for college entrance tests.
With the U.S. importing more than it exports, shipping containers are piling up at American ports.
After she got a postcard in the mail about a seminar where she could work with Broadway percussionists, Meghan Carmody of Marshall decided to take the chance.
Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation recently welcomed board certified physiatrists from the Rehabilitation Associates Medical Group to the Casa Colina healthcare team at its 20-acre hospital and rehabilitation campus in Pomona, Calif.
An expert on the early-20th century Harlem Renaissance will be in the city Saturday to speak about this cultural and literary period in American history.
Today's blog entry is co-authored with Rosa Cao, Ph.D. . Dr. Cao received her Ph.D. in neuroscience from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2010, studying the role of blood flow in information processing in the brain.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has divided opinion and stirred public sentiment around the world with both sides accused of committing war crimes.
A few months ago, at the height of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict over Crimea, Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University and Princeton, acquired a certain notoriety as the Kremlin's No.
"Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art ," an exhibit that looks at the role of African American performance artists in contemporary art, opens at the Walker Art Center tonight.
Some food policy experts believe the U.S. government should provide vouchers for fresh fruits and vegetables sold at farmers' markets to help poor families.
Anurag Gupta is the founder and CEO of BE MORE, a nonprofit that aims to change the way people talk and think about race.
"The Book of Mormon" is coming to the Morrison Center in July of next year, to the delight of many theater-goers and the suspicion of those that hold the Latter Day Saint religion close to their hearts.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 11:00 pm
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