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PITTSFIELD — They're less like a class and more like a family. And right now, they're entrenched in singing together, dancing together and all things 1980s. They are Proteus, the student actors and crew members of Pittsfield High School's … more
SHEFFIELD — In Suzanne "Sue" Petrucci's Culinary Arts class at Mount Everett Regional High School, students learn to dig into new skills, and also to make the time to stop, smell and eat the cinnamon rolls. more
WEST STOCKBRIDGE — For the past five years, under the encouragement and organization of Monument Mountain Regional High School's Lisken Van Pelt Dus, the English Department faculty have been working together to bring their best young women … more
Meet ...The Williams College "Tuesday Teas" series concludes at 4 p.m. today, in the Stetson Reading Room, at the college's Sawyer Library. Jason Josephson-Storm, chair and associate professor of religion, will discuss his forthcoming book, "The … more
PITTSFIELD — After a bit of a hiatus, the Pittsfield Prevention Partnership's S.A.Y. It Proud Awards have returned, recently honoring five students who shine at Reid Middle School. more
Meet ...The Lenox Library, 18 Main St., in Lenox will hold two special events on Saturday in its Welles Gallery.The closing Artists' Reception for the Lenox Memorial Middle School Art Show will be held from 2-3 p.m. The exhibit, curated by art … more
PITTSFIELD — At a time during which the integrity of the news profession matters most, this year's Daniel Pearl Berkshire Scholarship had been awarded to an aspiring journalist. Now in its 15th year, this is the first time the award has been presented to a Taconic High School student. more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — This past week I ventured to our nation's capital to gain a beyond-the-Berkshires perspective of what's trending, challenging and progressing in the education landscape. more
GREAT BARRINGTON —Even though she left the school, Sarah Michaels has taken with her the lessons from her ninth-grade Honors English class with Mike Rosenthal at Monument Mountain Regional High School. more
NORTH ADAMS — What do the neuroscience of love, the risks of hydrofracking and a mysterious traveling cat named Magic have in common? They were all featured topics at the 15th annual Undergraduate Research Conference at MCLA.The day-long … more
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