Students, alumni, faculty and parents attended a 40th anniversary dinner Saturday.
The organization plans to reach its goal with an increased awareness effort. Swipes for the Homeless raised $17,000 last year.
The grant, which comes from a 1998 tax, supports dental care for underserved children.
Chef extraordinaire Gordon Ramsay’s addition to The Grove proves largely overrated.
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or even Festivus, winter break is always the much-anticipated halfway point of the academic year. If Thanksgiving is considered an appetizer, then winter break is the main course. Reaching this point isn’t an easy feat, so even if you bombed all your finals, all isn’t completely lost. You have […]
Thornton student Mak Grgic makes a name for himself as one of the youngest talents on the classical music scene.
The public uproar earlier this year over unconstitutional provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act pushed Congress to pass Amendment 3018 last Thursday, banning a key provision of the NDAA that authorized indefinite detention of U.S. citizens. Despite partisan shortcomings, Congress has shown that it can rally members of both parties to prevent the abridgement […]
A lawsuit against Madonna shows how much still needs to be accomplished for gay rights.