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Pros: clean natural gas replaces coal to generate electricity. Cons: health risk to neighbors of fracking.
This year, some $33 million in scholarships is up for grabs
More Career Technical Education and UC A-G Approved Courses Help Set Up Students for Success
The contest is being held by C-SPAN
Stanford scholar Vivek Wadhwa says the technology industry must level the playing field for women.
More than 6,000 people are affected.
Have trouble mastering a new task? Here's why.
Do you love gazing at the sky but you're not really sure what you're seeing? Here's an opportunity to stretch your mind.
The East Asia Library will host special events as well as display precious materials previous stored away.
The measure would allow the schools to offer the four-year degrees when a local workforce need for college graduates can be shown.
Unique engineering course draws students from across campus with its hands-on approach to creating pilotless aircraft.
Maryam Mirzakhani is the first woman to ever win the Fields Medal – known as the "Nobel Prize of mathematics."
Why your brain sometimes jumps to irrational conclusions about leaders and organizations.
Read on to find out if your family qualifies for up to six months of free Internet service from Comcast.
No fudging—you can show potential employers that you’re serious about leadership skills and staying ahead of the curve.
It is "Teacher Appreciation Event" from Aug. 1-3 at all stores.
Lottery officials report $20 million more than the previous year may be sent to California schools.
It's all for a good cause, and the food will be really, REALLY good!