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The administration spent several years studying alternative locations for the school, which is at full capacity, but decided to remain on the Upper East Side.
Since the university’s officers committed to watching over Midtown in 2009, residents and businesses have reclaimed the streets.
The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | Kehinde Wiley Puts a Classical Spin on His Contemporary Subjects
What does a Wiley painting typically look like, both according to the descriptions here and based on your own observations?
Here are several paragraphs from a Feb. 13 article, “In Praise of the Cute Animal Video.” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?
Gov. Chris Christie and the New Jersey Education Association are cooperating to grapple with the state’s crippling pension costs, and that may help the governor’s presidential ambitions.
There is so much effort and love in all these packages; so much support in all the inquiries. It’s shocking, humbling and fantastic.
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Here are several paragraphs from a Feb. 14 article, “Raw Eggs and No Husband Since ’38 Keep Her Young at 115.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?
Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Monday produced data that he said showed that poorer districts would suffer under a Republican plan expected to clear the House of Representatives this week.
The police said it was likely that the overdoses were a result of a “bad batch” of Molly, a party drug similar to MDMA or Ecstasy that has recently gained popularity.
National Briefing | South: South Carolina: A State University Puts Its President on Administrative Leave
Trustees of financially troubled South Carolina State University unanimously voted Monday to place President Thomas Elzey on administrative leave.
The company will hand off the management of physical books that it rents to students to the Ingram Content Group.
An update from a mother whose own mother carried her daughter’s baby, and gave birth to her own grandchild.
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