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Longtime former resident Thomas D'Arcy dies at 85
CAPE MAY COURTHOUSE -Thomas James D'Arcy, 85, died on Dec. 15. He had a storied career as a New York public relations man. Between 1965 and 1995, he worked for the Port Authority of New York and New...
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Bernard Spitzer, father of ex-governor, dies at 90
... -- Bernard Spitzer, a developer of exclusive New York City buildings whose wealth fueled the political ascendancy of a son, Eliot, until a call-girl scandal forced his resignation as New...
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Philosophy rises in rankings
While national rankings say that Yale’s Philosophy Department is on the rise, some faculty and students question whether these evaluations are at all credible. Next Wednesday, the 2014 Philosophical...
Read more at Yale Daily News
University of Chicago
69 Years After the War, an Artist Makes Another D...
... Years After the War, an Artist Makes Another DebutWWII Vet and Sculptor Jay Moss Embraces His First Love Looking Back: Towards the end of his time in the war, Jay Moss (then Moskowitz) met...
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Hill Street Blues
Writers Workshop Offers Literary Outlet for Bed-S...
Stuyvesant Writing Workshop caters to Bed-Stuy and area residents who "have always wanted to write, but never seem to have the time," according to instructor Nicole Dennis-Benn. View Full...
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Men's Lacrosse Inks 12 for 2015-16
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; Nov. 25, 2014 - Penn State men's lacrosse head coach Jeff Tambroni has announced the signing of 12 players for the 2015-16 academic year. The class includes five All-Americans,...
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Three Lakeland High School Athletes Sign College ...
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Three members of the New York State Champion Lakeland High School field hockey team have signed letters of intent to attend college next year. Emily Power committed to play...
Read more at The Daily Voice - Yorktown
University of Massachusetts Amherst
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Eastchester High Lacrosse Stars Commit To Colleges
EASTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Two of Eastchester High School’s senior lacrosse players have committed to play NCAA college lacrosse. Goalie Katie Feigenbaum signed her National Letter of Intent to play for...
Read more at The Daily Voice - Eastchester
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Four Standouts From State Champ Yorktown HS Sign ...
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Four Yorktown High School students have signed National Letters of Intent to play men's lacrosse at the collegiate level. Twin brothers Nick DelBene has committed to Towson...
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In wake of religious violence, American leaders c...
Burton Visotzky speaks to an interfaith panel at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. (Courtesy of the Jewish Theological Seminary) It was just hours after two Muslim terrorists entered a...
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