As anthrax began showing up at the offices of news organizations, Congress, and postal facilities in the fall, Jeffry Stock, a Princeton University microbiologist, couldn’t help but wonder if he knew the culprit. “I was
Temple University’s Department of Journalism, Public Relations, and Advertising issued mandatory advising sessions for all sophomores and juniors to correct what an accrediting agency called “gross misconduct.” The deadline for these sessions was Feb. 25.
What was promised to be a “surprise” action on Temple’s campus by a disgruntled janitorial union against University trustee Richard J. Fox turned out to be nothing more than a minor disruption of a weekend
John Niven spent the better part of three decades including his entire collegiate experience at Northeastern University, both as a student and as an administrator. Starting March 4, Niven will be getting used
Singing and dancing, and young women in evening gowns: It’s the stuff of any beauty/scholarship pageant, and the “Belle of the Blue” at Georgetown College in Kentucky is no different. But the behind-the-scenes drama at
Queen of the Damned, the latest big screen adaptation of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles, is brought to life through the vision of director Michael Rymer. Although destined to capture a movie goer’s taste for fantasy,