From left: Frank Bruni, Allan Golston, Ruth Simmons and Margaret Spellings at The New York Times’s Higher Ed Leaders Forum.
Crayola crayons tested negative for dangerous chemicals in a study by a consumer group, the United States Public Interest Research Group Education Fund. A green Playskool crayon tested positive for trace amounts of tremolite, a form of asbestos.
A protester interrupted a talk by the author Charles Murray at the University of Michigan last year.
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Jackie Brenner, 18, practicing yoga in the yard of a family friend’s home in Bryn Mawr, Pa., in July. Through her nonprofit, Piece of Peace, she teaches others how to live healthy lives.
At Edinboro University, clockwise from top left: Amanda Espin, a 20-year-old sophomore, uses sign language during a therapy program for preschool children with hearing loss; senior nursing students Rachel Ackman and Jennifer Butlin practice on a mannequin; freshmen Cierah Jackson works on a project during chemistry class; Professor Karen Ernst helps Jed Micek, a 21-year-old junior during an upper level woodworking and furniture design class.
The Dream Center at Skyline College in San Bruno, Calif., is one of about 40 such centers in California that assist students without legal status.
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