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I somehow missed this earlier in the month, but our friends at Boing Boing posted a link to this great little story.
College students have it pretty good. Not only do they get courses about Harry Potter , Star Trek and Beyonce , they now get the chance to study the coolest fantasy on TV right now.
Work to create a smoother ride will cause some bumps in the road for traffic at one busy Charlottesville intersection.
A new assistant principal is joining the ranks at Riverlawn Elementary School in Fairlawn.
An executive order President Obama will sign Monday prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination in federal hiring will not exempt faith-based organizations, he announced Friday.
Millennials are postponing marriage for economic and cultural reasons no new news.
The University of Virginia will unveil a fleet of 120 bicycles later this summer as part of a new bike-sharing program.
When you're the principal of a busy urban high school, on your feet for 10 hours a day, breaking up fights, appeasing overworked faculty and meeting with anxious parents, sleep comes pretty easy.
It's a signal to many people that summer vacation periods will only last another five weeks or so.
While an increasing number of colleges are taking steps to overhaul how they combat sexual assaults, many are still failing to commit adequate financial resources toward addressing the problem, according to national experts.
The service was conducted by the Reverend Brian Briley. A reception followed at the Wyche Pavilion.
Request for qualifications going out this week Now that the Western Bypass is history, local government officials are preparing for a near future in which over $200 million worth of transportation projects will be built to alleviate traffic congestion on U.S. 29 .
Normally, one would find it therapeutic to be with their thoughts and have moments of solitude, but a new study found the exact opposite.
"Today, the Oklahoma Supreme Court has upheld the power of the legislature to set education policy.
Modern humans spend virtually no time on "inward-directed thought", and not solely because we're too busy: in one US survey, 95% of adults said they'd found time for a leisure activity in the previous 24 hours, but 83% said they'd spent zero time just thinking.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:04 am
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