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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - University Of Pennsylvania
It's sometimes called highway hypnosis or white-line fever, and it's familiar to anyone who has driven long distances along a monotonous route.
Research finds those who hold a firm belief in God stand out from all others for their having a higher sense of purpose.
American Christians have some "Unfinished" business, Rich Stearns asserts, and not just because that's the title of a book he recently released via Thomas Nelson Publishers.
The nation's most prominent anti-obesity crusader, first lady Michelle Obama, has turned her attention to beverages and is encouraging Americans to drink more water.
Princeton University took the top place honors in U.S. News & World Report’s latest ranking of top 100 institutes of higher learning around the nation.
For generations, some of the best and the brightest are drawn to Harvard University.
Our teenagers and young adult children need to hear the truth: We are made for love — not transient sexual relationships. And when we ignore that truth, we will be hurt, often badly.
Although the perception is that cities are dangerous places to live, a new study shows that people are more likely to die from injuries in rural areas than in urban settings.
Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcast Group will break into the lucrative Washington media market with the purchase of WJLA-TV and NewsChannel 8 from the Allbritton family, which plans to focus more time and resources on its Washington-based political news website Politico and other online media following a nearly $1 billion deal announced Monday.
An associate professor of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania said the not-guilty verdict of George Zimmerman means one sure thing: God is a racist.
A Hindu nationalist leader is his party's top candidate to become India's next prime minister, despite being banned from entering the U.S. because of accusations his government was involved in deadly anti-Muslim riots.
The call from faculty members and politicians to oust top Rutgers University administrators grew louder, a day after men's basketball coach Mike Rice was fired for mistreating players, shoving them and berating them with gay slurs.
The call from faculty members and politicians to oust top Rutgers University administrators grew louder Thursday, a day after men's basketball coach Mike Rice was fired for mistreating players, shoving them and berating them with gay slurs.
U.S. colleges and universities are drowning in a sea of "political correctness," and many of higher education's "best and brightest" don't recognize the danger.
Yale is reviewing the logistics of adopting similar policies to Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard and Brown in paying for students' sex reassignment surgeries.