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The end of the first semester of school is almost over, and with that comes performances by the Santa Ynez High School Theatre Group. I am proud to announce that we will be putting on a production of "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder, which we have worked hard on throughout the semester.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 first stage booster lifted off at 10:21 p.m. PST hauling NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft into space, that now is on a collision course for moonlet asteroid Dimorphos some 6,835,083 miles away from Earth at a speed of 15,000 mph or 4 miles per second.
If all goes as planned, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or "DART" spacecraft will travel 6,835,083 miles at a speed of roughly 15,000 miles per hour and ultimately crash into a smaller asteroid named Dimorphos by the fall of 2022.
A far cry from schooling in private homes and stores as was done prior to the establishment of a combination grammar and high school in 1896, students at Santa Ynez Valley Union High will gather on campus to celebrate their alma mater's 125th anniversary on Dec. 7.
After doing away with the SAT and ACT in 2020, the University of California said Thursday it would no longer consider using any tests as part of its undergraduate admissions process.
DAN WALTERS: Why do California students take on immense debts for college educations that result in jobs that pay so little? Call it “diploma creep.”
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that it was nearly two years ago when I didn’t have to worry about catching COVID. Now my eyes are immediately drawn to the person in the room who’s wearing their mask incorrectly, or even worse, not at all ...
Out-of-state UC students are having a bad year. The Legislature made plans to have the UC enroll fewer of them to make way for more in-state students. Meanwhile, tuition is going up $8,000 for future out-of-state students.
Most Americans view the nation’s system of colleges and universities as a kind of invulnerable redoubt. That is, they believe it is generally impervious to erosive social forces by virtue of its role as an economic engine. This assumption will likely be tested in the coming years.
Local students are standing a little taller after Congressman Salud Carbajal paid a visit to Santa Ynez Valley Charter School Friday morning to present a flag flown at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. and ...