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Come May, Expect Delays With Main Street Reconstruction
Here's an early warning on construction that will take place on Main Street beginning the day after commencement and is expected to cause minor disruptions throughout the summer.

SMART Turns Seventeen
Smart project that taps into high school students' interest in math and science is still going strong 17 years later.

Foreign Travel For Physics Workshop
Physics professor travels to Germany for workshop that discusses string theory, the notion that describes particles as waves on strings.

Human Energy: The Ellis Island Vignettes
America's immigration story in the late 1800s and early 1900s is captured by the music department in this compelling opera.

Campus Visits Announcement for Presidential Candidates Expected in April

Top Earners Gaining, Middle Class Diminishing, Carsey Brief Finds

Internationally Renowned Violin Maker Donates Textbook

In Memory of Cathryn Adamsky

The Mind's Eye- Teaching Excellence On and Off Ice

Ski Program Campaign Launched With $1 Million Leadership Gift

Aerial Rhythm On The High Seas

HR Profile: Residential Life Job Keeps Her Young

Season Calendar for The Art Gallery, Paul Creative Arts Center

Taking Note

Humanities Conversations Continue

Latin American Guitar Concert Today

Pulitzer Prize Winner Edward P. Jones Here April 2

Save the Date: Alumni Wine and Cheese Reception

Don't Miss the Last Jazz Concert of the Season

One-Woman Play Provides Funny Look at Climate Change

Great Bay Coast Watch Launches Monitoring Season

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Making News

Contra Costa Times: Safety on Web to be ads' focus

Far more often, they prey on troubled teens who may be "acting out sexually," said Janis Wolak, a researcher at the Crimes against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire. "The scenario seems to be kids who really do believe they're in love, and of course by the time police get involved, the kids often really feel very duped," said Wolak."


Dining Achieves Top Scores on National Survey

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