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Community College in Paris

The French Embassy helps engineering and environmental science students study abroad for a summer.

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Everything Is Far from Here

On the first day, there‘s a sense of relief. There are other feelings, too, but relief is among them. She has arrived, at least. After three weeks. After a broken sandal strap, sunburn on her cheeks, mud in her ears, bugs in her hair, blisters around her ankles,

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A Novel Brings Israel‘s Conflicts to New York

Joshua Cohen‘s stylistic gifts are prodigious, but does ‘Moving Kings‘ live up to its ambitions?

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How Trump Is Transforming Rural America

In Colorado, the President‘s tone has started rubbing off on residents.

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Public Transit‘s Summer of Hell

Commuters should prepare for some rough days ahead. But who is responsible?

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The Mail

Letters from our readers.

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They Said It Couldn‘t Be Done

So sorry about the war-we just kind of wanted to learn how to swear in another language, and everyone knows the top method is simply to open fire and listen to what people yell. And now here‘s God again with His hand crank, lowering the sky to

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Teaching Girls to Be Goddesses

In Clinton Hill, a former fashion designer from New Zealand helps her young students ‘play beyond this realm.‘

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Lileana Blain-Cruz‘s Director‘s Cut

Her staging of ‘Pipeline‘brings subtle shifts of perception to Dominique Morisseau‘s play.

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Don‘t Blame Yourself

Your teeth were fine until that dentist said you had a bunch of cavities.

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Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons June 24, 2017

New cartoons from the magazine.

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‘War for the Planet of the Apes‘ and ‘Lady Macbeth‘

Matt Reeves‘s extension of the primate franchise, starring Andy Serkis and Woody Harrelson, and William Oldroyd‘s ice-cold dbut about a Victorian murderess.

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My Mother, Heidegger, and Derrida

Educated at a school in Queenswhose slim roster of celebrated alumsboasts Don Rickles number one,my mother knew little about art,but she took me to a showwhere she withdrew into private airon seeing ‘The Potato Eaters‘ and ‘Three Pairs of Shoes‘because the shoes resembled my grandmother‘shigh-topped boots my

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George Strait‘s Long Ride

For decades, he‘s been country‘s most consistent hitmaker. Can he keep holding on?

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The Life of a South Central Statistic

My cousin became a convicted felon in his teens. I tried to make sure he got a second chance. What went wrong?

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A Water Tower Turned Music Venue

In Colorado, a uniquely resonant performance space.

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This Week in Fiction: Cristina Henrquez on Immigration, Detention, and Missing Names

Cristina Henrquez on her short story ‘Everything Is Far from Here,‘ about an immigrant who is separated from her son while crossing the U.S. border.

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What the Enron E-mails Say About Us

Scholars have spent years analyzing the corporation‘s vast digital archive. What have they discovered?

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