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3 hrs ago | The Daily Times
Fraternities and sororities help college students bond with like-minded peers for fellowship and community service, find a way to fit in socially on campus and yes, sometimes to celebrate and party.
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7 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
Core Neurology announced that Geoffrey Starr, MD, and Robert Donnell, MD, have joined Kent Logan, MD, to offer comprehensive neurology services along with Coastal NH Neurosurgeons in Exeter.
12 hrs ago | Washington Times
Thousands of water birds that normally spread out across Lake Champlain are seeking refuge in the channels left by two ferry routes that carry passengers between Vermont and New York during this bitterly cold winter.
16 hrs ago | National Public Radio
It's called goldsprints, and it is as much a social event as it is an athletic one.
19 hrs ago | The Burlington Free Press
Without effective biopharmaceutical treatments, I'd be relying on caregiver support for my daily needs.
Project Canopy Coordinator Jan Ames Santerre will lead a presentation on the Biggest Trees in Maine at Merryspring Nature Center Tuesday, March 18, at noon.
An institute in Albany County will host a series of "Farm-To-Glass" workshops thanks to a $15,000 grant and is encouraging farmers and small brewers from the mid-Hudson Valley to attend.
The man who has overseen the University of Vermont's enrollment and admissions program for the past 6 1 2 years is moving to Delaware.
Maryann and Pasquale Razzano of Westport have announced the engagement of their daughter, Christyann Walker Razzano to Jerrett Thomas Weltens, the son of Paula Weltens of College Station, Texas, and the late Charles Weltens.
That makes today's expected high in Gainesville of 46 practically spring-break weather for a group of University of Vermont students.
The director of basketball operations at the University of New Hampshire was fired after allegations he secretly took pictures of students in the locker room.
The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas.
Doctors should test middle school-age children for high cholesterol and start screening for depression at age 11, according to updated guidelines from a leading group of U.S. pediatricians.