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TL: When I was first asked to be on Glee, I knew it was a big hit, but I had no idea the storyline I was part of was going
What a time to be alive.
In stark contrast, the framers of our Constitution designed our government to be slow, purposeful, and eminently deliberate
Over the past several years, many studies have shown the advantages of teams which are diverse in terms of skills, age, culture, personality and, most especially, gender. Diverse teams, when well led, are more innovative and creative.
Art is testing new frontiers. In this week's digest, artists are pushing their limits and bringing their art to whole new places. We'll see how performance art fares the legal system, how Renaissance art handles cutting edge technology, and how super tiny art takes on the vast outer space.
During this Spring and Summer, I am spotlighting a handful of remarkable women educators in college theatre in my blog series entitled, Women In The Performing Arts.
As a college admissions company, we have seen the stress that the SAT can create, but also the benefits of knowing which schools are realistic. In all, we believe the SAT is part of the college admissions equation that should be kept, but viewed holistically.
5. Who said this week, "If we wanted to be Indians, we would have stayed in India"? a. Conservative activist Dinesh D'souza
Earlier this month, students at Carnegie Mellon’s Integrated Innovation Institute partook in an “Impact-a-Thon,” a competition
If you're a new parent and find that there's something strangely familiar with Baymax, the huggable robot star of Big Hero 6, there's a good reason for that.