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Lawyers for the fraternity members, who have remained tight-lipped since the charges were announced, said prosecutors had overreached by pursuing the murder counts.
A state judge this month refused to allow the college to break the terms of its founder’s will, which stipulated that the college be named Paul Smith’s in perpetuity.
In this lesson, we invite students to explore the cultural offerings around them and write reviews about what they experience. We use Times models to help them through the process.
We invite you to play critic and submit an original review to our newest student contest. Deadline: Nov. 24, 2015.
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Which of the issues mentioned here — abortion, climate change, gun violence, the economy, immigration, same-sex marriage — are most important to you? What other issues — whether education, health care, foreign policy or anything else — do you care about?
Poverty and related problems hurt all children in things like school readiness, but a study finds boys are more sensitive to such factors.
The University of Hawaii said that a third observatory would be taken from Mauna Kea, fulfilling the governor’s request to reduce the number of telescopes from a mountain many consider sacred.
Hundreds of students protesting a planned 6 percent tuition increase tried to force their way into the Parliament building during a speech by the finance minister.
If you could time-travel to any year or era past or future, where would you go? Why? Are you more interested in visiting the past or the future?
Offerings on a range of subjects could expose millions of overseas students to Chinese culture, if worries about academic freedom, quality and propaganda can be overcome.
The results from the 2014-2015 school year show that there is “still much work to be done,” the state education commissioner said.
Ahmed, 14, who was detained after he took to his school a clock, which a teacher feared was a bomb, has won a full scholarship to a science program in Doha.
A romantic triangle and the dean’s resignation from the Graduate School of Business stir up old and new charges in Silicon Valley about abuses of power.
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