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Yearbook Photos of Girls Were Altered to Hide Their Chests

There had been rumors all day that the yearbook photos had been altered, said Riley O’Keefe, a ninth grader at Bartram Trail High School...

For Colleges, Vaccine Mandates Often Depend on Which Party Is in Power

For more than 400 colleges and universities, it is being billed as the ticket to a normal year on campus: Require all students to...

Alabama Lifts Its Ban on Yoga in Schools

For the first time in nearly three decades, Alabama will allow yoga to be taught in its public schools, but the ancient practice will...

What Will Camp Look Like This Summer?

A look ahead at campAfter a year of isolation, many children are looking forward to summer camp with more than the usual excitement. Whether...

Investors Put Millions Into a Luxury Student Dorm. They Say They Were Ripped Off.

Ms. Martinez, who lives not far from the dorm, said she had invested a little over $100,000 in the deal — money that came...

Officials Apologize for Deadly Police Shooting at a Black College in 1970

They waited more than 50 years to put on their caps and gowns: That rite of passage had been denied to the members of...

University of California Will No Longer Consider SAT and ACT Scores

But last year, students sued the university, with lawyers arguing in court that even voluntary submission of scores would be harmful, particularly for students...

A Deep Look at One Classroom

A reporter’s embed with a high school class tells the story of this interrupted, destabilizing school year.

President of Key Teachers’ Union Shares Plea: ‘Schools Must Be Open’ in Fall

Randi Weingarten, president of the nation’s second-largest teachers’ union, called on Thursday for a full reopening of the nation’s schools for the next academic...

Bloomberg Gives $150 Million to Help Universities Diversify STEM Doctorates

Michael Bloomberg is donating a total of $150 million to Johns Hopkins University and six other institutions of higher learning to increase racial diversity...

Cal Survived Covid. Now, Back to Its Usual Problems.

BERKELEY, Calif. — The football and men’s basketball seasons were long over, but other sports at the University of California, Berkeley, were in full...

Schools Are Open, but Many Families Remain Hesitant to Return

Pauline Rojas’s high school in San Antonio is open. But like many of her classmates, she has not returned, and has little interest in...

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Why One American Basketball Team Won’t Be at the Summer Olympics

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The French Open Gets Closer to Normal

On Wednesday, Osaka announced on social media that she would not attend news conferences during the French Open, saying they can be damaging to...

Here’s the Arctic Station That Keeps Satellites Connected

Arrayed across a plateau on an island in the high Norwegian Arctic, the 100 geodesic domes of the Svalbard Satellite Station look like abstract...