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Keene State Professors Concerned Student Riots Becoming Accepted as the Norm

Student celebrations associated with Pumpkin Fest, which was originally founded as a family celebration, devolved into an hours-long riot between students and police on Saturday afternoon.

China Bans Books by Pro-Hong Kong Protest Author

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Authorities in China have ordered books by Chinese-American scholar Yu Ying-shih to be removed from sale, as Beijing expresses its displeasure with writers showing support for pro-democracy movements in Hong Kong and elsewhere, bookstores and publishers said.

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Dr. Pamela Trotman Reid, who has served as president of the University of Saint Joseph since January 2008, announced that she plans to retire upon completion of her contract and the 2014-’15 academic year.

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Yale does, Harvard doesn’t, as institutions struggle with defining consent as they see it.

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Tuskegee’s policy prohibits the use of all tobacco products as well as e-cigarettes, water pipes or vapor devices on all areas of the sprawling campus.

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Veteran Democratic political strategist and commentator Donna Brazile makes no secret of her pride in being a Louisiana native and LSU graduate.

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One day after a student fatally fell from a bridge after a run with his fraternity brothers, Clemson University suspended activities for all of its fraternities, citing reports of alcohol abuse and sexual misconduct but stopping short of tying the ban to the death.

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It has been almost two weeks since Kira Kazantsev, Miss New York, won the Miss America crown on September 15 in Atlantic City convention hall. Kazantsev was the third Miss New York in a row to win the title.

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In wake of Parent Plus loan “debacle,” Department of Education trying to quell anxiety as it moves toward the anticipated rollout of the system.

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Hong Kong Students on Strike in Democracy Battle

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Thousands of Hong Kong college and university students boycotted classes Monday to protest Beijing’s decision to restrict voting reforms, the start of a weeklong strike that marks the latest phase in the battle for democracy in the southern Chinese city.

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