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How College Sports Killed Summer Vacation

How College Sports Killed Summer Vacation

The University of Denver women’s soccer team plays in the Colorado Cup tournament every August.
MOCA Chooses MoMA PS1 Director to Lead Museum

MOCA Chooses MoMA PS1 Director to Lead Museum

Klaus Biesenbach, director of MoMA PS1, with Agnes Gund, president emerita of the Museum of Modern Art, at a party honoring Ms. Gund in May. Mr. Biesenbach will be moving to Los Angeles to run MOCA.
Alex Jones, Pursued Over Infowars Falsehoods, Faces a Legal Crossroads

Alex Jones, Pursued Over Infowars Falsehoods, Faces a Legal Crossroads

Alex Jones is being sued over Infowars’ spread of false claims that the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., was an elaborate hoax.
New York Times Names Cliff Levy as Its New Metro Editor

New York Times Names Cliff Levy as Its New Metro Editor

Clifford Levy has served as a deputy managing editor of The New York Times since 2016, overseeing the newsroom’s online platforms.
Entertaining With: At This Avant-Garde Fashion Designer’s Dinner Party, Footwear Is Optional

Entertaining With: At This Avant-Garde Fashion Designer’s Dinner Party, Footwear Is Optional

Zoe Latta in her wild-seeded edible garden in Los Angeles’s Arlington Heights neighborhood.
San Francisco Officials to Tech Workers: Buy Your Lunch

San Francisco Officials to Tech Workers: Buy Your Lunch

A grocery store and food court, the Market, downstairs from Twitter’s offices in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood. A proposed ordinance would ban employee cafeterias in new buildings,
Critic’s Notebook: The Next Wave of Dance Films, Made on Your Phone, Is Here

Critic’s Notebook: The Next Wave of Dance Films, Made on Your Phone, Is Here

Donald C. Shorter in Raven Jackson’s “A Guide to Breathing Underwater,” which makes good use of multiple locations. Mr. Shorter is credited with the concept and the choreography.
A Timeline of MoviePass’s Bumpy History

A Timeline of MoviePass’s Bumpy History

With customers complaining of outages and its stock price dropping, MoviePass on Tuesday announced it was raising the cost of subscriptions.
John Kelly Tells Aides He Will Remain White House Chief of Staff Through 2020

John Kelly Tells Aides He Will Remain White House Chief of Staff Through 2020

Rumors that John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, would soon leave his position had persisted for months.
Books News: Meet the YouTube Stars Turning Viewers Into Readers

Books News: Meet the YouTube Stars Turning Viewers Into Readers

“That’s the thing about BookTube,” said Jesse George. “If you’re not a big reader, it inspires you to become one.” Mr. George (bottom row, third from right) and other BookTubers at BookCon in May.
My Sister Disowned Me on State TV

My Sister Disowned Me on State TV

The Iranian writer and journalist Masih Alinejad in New York.
How Trump Could Be Like Reagan

How Trump Could Be Like Reagan

A steel tube being made in Düsseldorf, Germany. Zero-tariff deals with the European Union and other trading partners would put America in a much stronger position, argue Stephen Moore, Arthur B.
Ex-Penn State Fraternity Member Sentenced to House Arrest in Hazing Death

Ex-Penn State Fraternity Member Sentenced to House Arrest in Hazing Death

Ryan Burke, left, a former fraternity brother at Penn State University, and his lawyer, Philip Masorti, on June 13. Mr. Burke had just pleaded guilty to hazing and alcohol-related offenses in the
Field Notes: If You Thought the Wedding Was Fun, You’ll Love the Movie

Field Notes: If You Thought the Wedding Was Fun, You’ll Love the Movie

In Focus Studios of Coral Gables, Fla., hosts parties for newly married couples to view their wedding photos, musical soundtrack included. The company shows 900 to 1,400 photos at the viewing parties,

ScienceTake: Lassie Got Help, Would Your Dog?

Dogs with an opportunity to free a distressed owner turned in a mixed performance.
The New Health Care: Shopping for Health Care Simply Doesn’t Work. So What Might?

The New Health Care: Shopping for Health Care Simply Doesn’t Work. So What Might?

On the way to their M.R.I.s, patients drive by an average of six other places where the procedure could have been done more cheaply, a study suggests.