As a gubernatorial candidate last summer, Georgia Republican Nathan Deal boasted of having backed measures to bar undocumented immigrants from federal health care, and public colleges.
My condition began when I read of a couple in New York City who had vowed to live a whole year without toilet paper. They were conducting an experiment in environmentally low-impact living as research for a book, they said
AT their classical best. Catholic colleges and universities are bountiful providers of sound lawyers, doctors, civil servants, teachers.
When Melissa Rothrock, 33, decided in the spring of 2009 that she wanted to become the first in her family to go to college, she knew a traditional program was out of the question. The mother of four children–one of them just an infant–couldn’t afford a babysitter, and her husband was on the road for days at a time as a truck driver
ONE great educator became so infuriated with what he called the licentious, outrageous and disgraceful behavior of students at his college that he quit in disgust. The college was at Carthage, the year was A.D.
The headlines last week weren’t pretty. As colleges and universities nationwide revealed their admissions decisions, news broke of a dramatic decline in acceptance rates and not just at Ivy League schools.
Having been denied the right to puff in public buildings, workplaces and bars, staff and student smokers in Pennsylvania public colleges and universities now find themselves forced to leave campus property before lighting up.
WITH an almost manic abruptness, the nation seemed, as Yeats once wrote, “all changed, changed utterly.” With the killing of four Kent State University students by Ohio National Guardsmen last week, dissent against the U.S.
How did you come up with the idea for It Gets Better? Last summer I was reading about teen suicides, speaking at colleges and thinking that what I should be doing is going to high schools.