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Arts patron Glorya Kaufman – known as “the dancing philanthropist” – was elected to the University of Southern California Board of Trustees on Dec. 5. Kaufman recently gave the university an multimillion-dollar endowment for...
Breast implants appear as a solid white mass on radiographic film, obscuring some breast tissue during mammography and other preventative breast cancer screenings. Whether implants impair the ability to detect breast cancer is a commonly asked question....
KTLA News/CNNCINCINNATI, Ohio -- Neil Armstrong was buried Friday in a private service held by his family in Ohio. Memorials were also being held around the country, including events at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and the US...
After a courageous battle with cancer, Roseanna Lynne Purzycki of Studio City, formerly of Fenton Michigan, passed away peacefully Monday morning, December 3, 2012, at 5:02am surrounded by her children, her mother, and her fiance. A memorial service...
email@example.comFew people have been in the Danville school system quite as long as Mary Meaux. Meaux began her career as a cafeteria worker at the age of 26 at Mary G. Hogsett Elementary School, which had been open only about six years. She had one son, who was barely 9...
Tags: Education, Students, Teaching and Learning, Family
The long and painful drought for college football fans ends this weekend. For many local residents it marks the return of their beloved alma mater, the University of Southern California, from the wasteland of limited scholarships and no bowl...
Tags: Sports, USC Trojans, Hawaii Warriors, Chris Claiborne, Football
UPDATED: Playboy has named the University of Virginia the top party school in the nation, but the University isn't too thrilled. Administrators released a statement Wednesday saying it's far more important for the school to be known for academic...
In households with small children, flu symptoms are as routine as dirty socks. Take them seriously, though, warns a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), because the flu can kill healthy children within days. Among the...
The video game is 40. Its exact birthday is arguable. Cultural historians likely would date its origins further back, roughly a decade or two; prototypes of arcade games flourished in university computer labs in the 1950s. But “Pong,” the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Gaming, Students, North Center, Xbox
This fall, Penn State will convene some of the nation’s top experts in child sexual abuse and child trauma research, prevention, and treatment for a public forum on this nationwide problem. The Child Sexual Abuse Conference: Traumatic Impact,...
LOS ANGELES — The pre-game excitement before a college football game — where throngs of people are dressed in school colors, barbecuing and having a good time — is enough to get anyone energized. But for about two-dozen Costa Mesa...
Tags: Sports, USC Trojans, Football, Jeff Williams, Schools
The last of the winners of the 2012 National Merit Scholarship competition have been named. From Corona del Mar High School, Nicholas Charles Roy won the college-sponsored scholarship for Northwestern University and states his likely career field as...
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