She may be a nun, but this university president is a sister of no mercy. At least when it comes to her football program.Read More
Over the next few weeks, hordes of students will be heading off to college for the first time. Cars will be packed to the roof with new pillows, quilts, laptops and televisions. But more than anything else, families and young adults will be filled with expectations and anxiety. Here are a few simple tips to help make your adjustment to college life a success.
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In the fall of 1997, I was introduced to a gentle, funny man who had a photographic memory for Hollywood birthdays.Read More
Ann Burke, President of the Lindsay Ann Burke Memorial Fund, from North Kingstown will appear on ABC’s The View on thisRead More
It all began in Barrington, but now Columbus Day has grown to be one of the state's largest days of volunteerism.
When I was a young adult, the YA genre (young adult) didn’t really exist. Sure there was Judy Blume and I read everythingRead More