September 23, 2015

Editorial: Maybe, just maybe, the feud can end

  Imagine for a moment that you are a teacher on patrol during afternoon recess. As you scan the schoolyard, you see two tense boys beneath the monkey bars. One…

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August 18, 2015

Providence, R.I., Is Building on a Highway’s Footprint

A grassy thoroughfare in Providence, R.I., shows where Interstate 195 once ran. The highway was moved after a new bridge was built, making 19 acres available for new development.CreditCity of…

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August 9, 2015

Growing bond between Germans, Jews highlighted in South Florida

German Consul General Juergen Borsch, at right, chats with Israeli Consul General Chaim Shacham, center, and Brian Siegal Regional Director of the American Jewish Committee, at the Isreali Consulate on…

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August 8, 2015

A Prudent College Path

Frank Bruni CreditBen Wiseman EVERY year the frenzy to get into highly selective colleges seems to intensify, and every year the news media finds and fawns over the rare students…

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August 3, 2015

Board Member and Entrepreneur Anthony Meyer Donates $1 Million to Macaulay Honors College

(July 30, 2015, New York, NY) – Macaulay Honors College at The City University of New York is proud to announce that it has received a generous donation of $1…

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July 29, 2015

An Over-Achiever’s Advice: Not So Fast

DONOR OF THE DAY Ocean Road Advisors’ Anthony Meyer urges students to take their time By MELANIE GRAYCE WEST Anthony E. Meyer sped through college, graduating from Harvard Business School…

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July 18, 2015

Philipp Missfelder, Rising Politician in Germany, Dies at 35

By ALISON SMALE BERLIN — Philipp Missfelder, who despite his youth rose swiftly in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Christian Democratic Union party to become its foreign affairs spokesman, died on…

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May 11, 2015

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March 14, 2015

Berea College Partners with HealthCorps to Promote Health & Wellness in Schools

  In addition to educating students from Appalachia, Berea College also focuses on bringing together school districts and an array of outside educational organizations to improve student lives. As part…

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March 5, 2015

South Street construction to start in April U. to lease space for administrative offices in renovated South Street Power Station

By Baylor Knobloch Senior Staff Writer The South Street Power Station, a national historic building in the Jewelry District, will house various administrative offices after renovations. The South Street Power…

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