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Add it up: Biker speed has come a long way ...

By Sallyann Price

Published: 8/25/2010

Types: News, Education

The speed-freak coed has long been an established archetype in the social stratification of college campuses, right up there alongside white kids with dreads and Pabst-swilling hipsters. Wide-eyed, jittery and acutely productive, you can spot them in libraries during midterms and finals, with their ...[MORE]

Roads less traveled: To Detroit, or not to Detroit: That is the question

By Sallyann Price

Published: 8/25/2010

Types: News, Education

Growing up in metro Detroit, my parents always told me that smart girls can go to college wherever they want. I was encouraged to work hard and dream big. So after graduating with honors from a suburban private school, I matriculated to another private school, this one in Chicago. My college life co...[MORE]

Rebuilding the temple: A downtown Detroit synagogue is rediscovered - and reborn

By Sallyann Price

Published: 7/14/2010

Types: Culture, Spirituality

When Martin Herman moved to Detroit to begin his academic career at Wayne State University in 1962, fresh from a year's study in Paris on a Fulbright research grant, the city offered six synagogues within walking distance of his home near Livernois and Curtis. Since Herman's arrival, however, the ...[MORE]

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