Mark J. Charney is Associate Director of National Critics Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut. Charney, a playwri...
A new study released July 31 by the National Research Council may help prevent future accidents by challenging current safety standards in academic and nonindustrial labs across the U.S. with nine recommendations aimed at the higher-education and scientific community.
Smart has faced up to his errors and will pay the price. The Big 12 Conference has seen to that. Will Mr. Orr's punishment be simply his self-imposed exile for the balance of the season?
My husband and I tell Alex regularly to go for his dreams. But the power of seeing a string of successful deaf athletes in action has done more to drive that message home than anything we could say.
Oregon may have started slow against UCLA, but a flurry of points and breaks in the fourth quarter gave the Ducks a 28 point victory over UCLA and gave the Predictalator its fourth straight victory against-the-spread in the Game of the Week.
Sad to say, rare is the day when we who analyze American higher education can report good news. At the same time, there is some good news on the education front, and it comes from Lubbock, Texas.
Artists are people who create their own credentials, but a movement may be afoot to create doctoral programs in studio arts.
I remember. I remember when she was placed in my arms in the delivery room. She was healthy and her mother was healthy, and I sighed a prayer of thanks.
Owners will vote next week whether or not to change the overtime rule for the playoffs. The new rule would allow both teams to get the ball on offense, if the team that wins the toss kicks a field goal.
It would be a gross violation of journalistic ethics for any sports journalist to try and directly influence how any college football program is run. For it to happen where the journalist's son is on scholarship would be beyond the pale.