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wpix.comDrastic changes may be coming to the State University of New York system. SUNY colleges may be forced to eliminate programs, boost class sizes and reduce course offerings. These changes comes on the heels of an order from Gov. David A. Paterson this week...
Indianapolis Museum of ArtPresented for the first time at the Indianapolis Museum of Art since its acquisition in 2008, Berlin-based artist Omer Fast's video installation The Casting (2007) will be displayed in the IMA's McCormack Forefront Galleries from September 11, 2009 to...
Jacket CopyThe National Black Writers Conference begins Thursday in New York, where its panels, readings and events will continue through Sunday. Organized by the Center for Black Literature at the City University of New York's Medgar Evers College, the conference...
Today's topic: Are newspapers dying, or is it just a class of newspapers that isn't sustainable? Today through Friday, Alan D. Mutter and Jeff Jarvis discuss the state of the American newspaper industry. Innovate quickly, or even the healthiest papers...
Today's topic: A decade from now, how and where will the average consumer get his or her news? Find a way to save traditional media companies Point: Alan D. Mutter The news ecosystem in the future will be more ubiquitous, open, global, mobile and...
Horton Foote, whose bittersweet stories of heartbreak and regret set in small Southern towns earned him wide popular acclaim as well as two Academy Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, died Wednesday. He was 92. Foote died in his sleep at his apartment in...
Art history is a messy business. And the urge to clean it up is irresistible, especially in the period of the Cold War in Germany. No surprise, then, that the most common shorthand for art produced in the divided nation goes something like this: East...
George Perle, the American music theorist and scholar who was widely regarded as the composer who put a human face on atonal music, has died. He was 93. Perle died Jan. 23 at his home in New York City after a long illness, according to his wife, Shirley....
The notion of merit pay for teachers in public schools, which The Times advocates, is not a new one. It has persisted since the time of Socrates, who died of it. We must look with serious concentration upon the ways in which we support and reward what...
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed 55 years ago, on June 19, 1953. But last week, they were back in the headlines when Morton Sobell, the co-defendant in their famous espionage trial, finally admitted that he and his friend, Julius, had both been...
Tags: Justice System, War Crimes, Civil Rights, New York, Prosecution
PATRICIA MCGUIRE is president of Trinity (Washington, D.C.) University.RIP IT UP and throw it away. That's the advice I'm giving my fellow college and university presidents this month as the "reputation survey" from U.S. News & World Report lands on our desks. I am one of 12 presidents who wrote a letter urging colleagues to...
Just a few miles from multimillion-dollar homes in this central Mexican resort town, the countryside yields to dirt-floor lean-tos made of sticks, rocks, cardboard, blankets or tarps. If residents are lucky, they have a panel of sheet metal as the roof....
Tags: Mexico, Education, Gaming, Family, Rhode Island
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