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“Talking to others has helped me realize that I’m not a crazy person.”
A freshman finally asks the clarifying question: “Do you mean we can write with the word ‘I’?”
Young marchers, many not yet born when the Colorado shooting took place, turned out for the third time in two months to protest school shootings.
At Vassar and then at Yale’s Medical School, Dr. Hamburg blazed trails for black women. Then came a distinguished career in child development.
A reader expresses empathy for — but mostly envy of — a peer who receives special testing accommodations.
Theta Tau members’ actions were “extremely racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, sexist and hostile to people with disabilities,” the university chancellor said.
The first permanent commemorations of slaves connected with Princeton come five months after the release of sweeping research into the university’s racial history.
A high school junior in Florida was compelled to bandage her nipples at school. Where do school dress codes stop and start?
A suspect is in custody in the fatal stabbing of Joao Souza, a freshman at Binghamton University. Last month, a nursing student was strangled off-campus.
We invited America’s public school teachers to show us the conditions that a decade of budget cuts has wrought in their schools.
Like modern-day von Trapps, minus the singing, families are climbing mountains and fording streams with nothing but backpacks and a Wi-Fi connection.
Oussouby Sacko is working to make a country with a declining population confront its traditional resistance to taking in foreigners.
A former chief of S&H (dispenser of Green Stamps), he was the first chairman of the park conservancy and helped create the Yale School of Management.
Sean Simpson, a chemistry teacher at the school in Parkland, Fla., left his handgun at a beach restroom, the police said. A homeless man found it and fired it.
Dawnn Karen of the Fashion Institute of Technology is a leader in the growing field of fashion psychology — or why we want what we think we want.
White students dressed as gang members, including one in blackface, at California Polytechnic State University, prompting campus protests.
‘I Kept Thinking of Antioch’: Long Before #MeToo, a Times Video Journalist Remembered a Form She Signed in 2004
Before I could spend the night in my younger sister’s dorm room, I had to report to security...
There are not many curators and academics of African-American or African descent who specialized in African arts, experts say.
New Rochelle High had three incidents, including a fatal stabbing, in just nine days, leaving the unusually diverse school to figure out the best way to respond.
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