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Philosopher Paul Kurtz was called many unflattering names during his long career, including "Satanic free-thinker" and "dangerous corrupter of young minds." But the name some of his critics considered most damning was the one he most prized. They called...
Money & CompanyWith college costs soaring and new graduates struggling to land jobs, is higher education still worth the money? Yes, according to an analysis by one recent college graduate who has studied the issue carefully. Sarah Millar, who is now gainfully......
Christoph Schlingensief Controversial German theater director Christoph Schlingensief, 49, a controversial German theater director and performance artist, died of lung cancer Saturday. His death was announced by organizers of the Ruhr Triennale cultural...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Richard Nixon, Germany, Theater, China
Concerning E.M. Forster Frank Kermode Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 192 pp., $24 E.M. Forster's "Aspects of the Novel" is required reading for students of the genre. Originally delivered in 1927 as the Clark Lectures at Trinity College in Cambridge, the...
New England, where the Puritans and others sought religious freedom, has surpassed the West Coast as the least religious region in America, according to a new major national survey. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Religion in America: Portions of a...
Tags: Sexual Assault, Politics, Society, Christianity, Minority Groups
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...
Times Staff WriterPICTURE petroglyphs on a weeklong Southwestern photography and archeology tour. The Oct. 16 excursion, led by photographer Bruce Hukco and research archeologist Scott Ortman, will travel from Cortez, Colo., to Utah, where the group will visit...
HartfordTrinity College reaped a bounty of Fulbright awards for the 2013-14 academic year, with two graduating seniors and three alumni being awarded fellowships to conduct research or teach. In addition, three others -- two members of the Class of 2013 and an...
Revenge was oh so sweet for Salisbury's women's lacrosse team, especially when it came with a national championship. The Sea Gulls polished off a 23-0 season with a 12-5 victory and the Division III national championship by avenging last year's title-...
Trinity Women's Lacrosse Team Advances With Win Over SUNY Cortland In NCAA Division III ChampionshipThe Hartford CourantThree late goals gave the Trinity College women's lacrosse team an 8-6 win over SUNY Cortland in the semifinals of the NCAA Division III championships in Owings Mill, Md., on Saturday. Defending NCAA champion Trinity (21-0), which got two goals and...
The Hartford CourantDonald Fenton wanted to go to law school when he left the Army in 1967, but life got in the way. This Sunday, the 77-year-old will finally get that Juris Doctor degree, when he graduates from the University of Connecticut School of Law. UConn law...
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