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The 2014 Madeleine Festival of the Arts and Humanities begins next Sunday. This year's edition of the annual festival includes two concerts, two lectures and a dinner honoring former Utah Sen. Haven J. Barlow for his contributions to education and the arts in the state.
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When Marcela Sosa opened her email last month and saw the "congratulations" message from the University of California, Berkeley, she was so shocked that she jumped out of her chair.
In response to pressure from students, faculty -- and apparently alumni -- who oppose Harvard Endowment's refusal to divest its fossil fuel stocks, Harvard University's President Drew Faust's office issued her second statement on climate change and sent a an email link to Harvard alumni.
When it comes to working with veterans, government efforts aren't limited to health and employment programs.
A counselling client of mine "Allie" had just been promoted at her law firm. I asked if she was excited.
Delivering a speech at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government on Tuesday, White House Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser Lisa Monaco said that local communities have to be aware of terrorist threats where the government cannot, noting that parents should watch for "sudden personality changes in their children at ... (more)
An economist known for his pioneering work on bias in the news media won the John Bates Clark Medal on Thursday, one of the profession's most prestigious honors.
While the Feds investigate his predecessor's campaign finance records, new House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello is getting high marks from local business leaders for his economic agenda.
This spring, more than 40 percent of the western U.S. is in a drought that the USDA deems "severe" or "exceptional."
Maureen Bach, a junior, plays the powerful and pink Elle Woods in Scotts Valley High School's production of 'Legally Blonde The Musical,' which opens Friday and runs for three weekends.
Strong year-over-year growth in the home-remodeling market is expected to moderate by year's end, according to a report released Thursday by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.
There was a time when black students were not allowed to attend Ivy Leagues universities.
An accomplished professor claims she was denied tenure by Harvard University and will lose her job there due to her advocacy for victims of sexual violence who were critical of the Ivy League school's handling of their cases.
William J. Brady Jr., 91, of Chestnut Hill, a Philadelphia Municipal Court judge for three decades, died Monday, April 7, of kidney failure at Good Shepherd Penn Partners.
Tom Cotton is your basic republican red-state fantasy candidate. He is 36 years old, a former Army captain who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and a graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Law.
Nisha Biswal, U.S. assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, said future economic growth in South Asia hinged on However, Biswal said that while Indian leaders had targeted $1 trillion in infrastructure investment over five years to close gaps preventing growth in manufacturing, policies still inhibited foreign investment.