boston-marathon-bombings

Colleges, universities tighten security for graduation ceremonies

The Massachusetts university where one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects attended is restricting the number of people who can attend this weekend's graduation ceremonies.

Jon Stewart’s pointed lesson on the U.S. Constitution

Jon Stewart's hysterical and withering lesson on the U.S. Constitution would go a long way to spicing up a lot of history and U.S. government courses.

Boston suspect’s university reopening Sunday (update)

The university where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings attended was closed Friday and Saturday but is reopening Sunday.

Virginia Tech, other colleges tightening security

Colleges and universities are tightening security around the country for big weekend sporting and other events in the wake of Monday's deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon.

How to talk to children about deadly Boston Marathon bombings

This is the third time in seven months that I am running this post. How parents and teachers can help young people cope with the horror of the Boston Marathon.