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For social historian and critic Paul Fussell, the most enduring moments of truth came as a 20-year-old platoon leader in France during World War II. German shrapnel tore up his back and thigh. The blood and guts of fellow soldiers were spewed on him....
Berea College doesn’t have the cachet and name recognition of Harvard or Yale. But it also doesn’t have the high price tag. The small Christian school in Kentucky charges the lowest annual tuition and fees of any four-year private college --...
L.A. NOWU.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on Tuesday urged parents and students to explore the federal government’s national online tool for college costs. The tuition figures listed in the newly revised College Affordability and Transparency Center...
Men, it's your health and happiness or hers. Women, it's your health and happiness or his. At the end of the day, if there's housework to be done (and there's always housework to be done) and you’re both employed (as almost 52% of married couples...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesLast spring in the Paris Metro, I paused to admire a colorful advertisement for the Impressionist Normandy Festival, a celebration of the region's role in the Impressionist painting movement. My brother Davey, an art history major at Connecticut College,...
Booster ShotsYouâve waited hours in line to get your hands on Kogiâs Korean BBQ tacos, and as you step away from the truck, the unthinkable happens â your drop your meal on the ground. What do you do? Will your immune......
Times Staff WriterRichard H. Goodwin, a pioneering land preservationist and early president of the Nature Conservancy who negotiated the conservation group's first land purchase in California, a 3,000-acre stretch of virgin forest along the state's northern coast, has...
Health facts come and go: One minute fiber wards off cancer, the next minute it's ... well, fiber. Now one of the most famous health rules we live by is hanging by a thread: The 5-second rule, which states that you can eat a cookie that fell on the...
Marion Scott, a noted dancer, choreographer and teacher who returned to the stage at the age of 62 and in her 80s mounted concerts that displayed the talents of aging artists like herself, died Oct. 5 in Los Angeles. She was 86. The cause of death was...
As is the case with most great scientific discoveries, it all started with a bit of curiosity. In the 1960s, Osamu Shimomura wondered why crystal jellyfish gave off green pinpricks of light. Now, half a century later, Shimomura has been awarded for his...
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Special to The TimesEXHAUSTED parents, collapsed on sofas in college admissions offices, tell one another this urban legend while waiting for the next campus tour. It's about one family who took their teenager to visit a dozen schools in Pennsylvania in three days. They...
Hartford CourantThe Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford is undertaking its largest capital project since its was founded nearly 50 years ago. The state approved a $3 million grant to the Tony Award-winning theater center which will allow it to go forward...
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