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Free to Read Articles from March 2014 Part 4

  • Lawmakers in Crimea Move Swiftly to Split From Ukraine
  • Lawrence E. Walsh, Prosecutor in Iran-Contra Scandal, Dies at 102
  • Laws in California Governing Chicken Farms
  • Lawyers Prepare for G.M. Suits With Novel Strategies
  • Lawyers Sum Up Cases at Bin Laden Relative’s Trial
  • Lazy Scrabble Players, Here’s Your Book
  • LeBron James’s 43 Points Lead the Heat
  • Leaders Deny Report of a Truce in Mideast Violence
  • Leader’s Words Don’t Tell the Real Story
  • Leading Militant Killed in Mali, Military Officials Say
  • Leading Republicans Move to Stamp Out Challenges From Right
  • League Play Pays Off for a Former Champ, Too
  • Leak Found in Main Near East Harlem Explosion Site
  • Leaked File Details U.S. Phone Monitoring Abroad
  • Leaky Defense Leaves Knicks’ Spirits Sinking
  • Learning From Legos
  • Leaving the Comfort Zone to Learn Computer Code
  • Lee Armstrong
  • Lee Lorch, Desegregation Activist Who Led Stuyvesant Town Effort, Dies at 98
  • Left Coast, Meet Right Coast
  • Left Fares Poorly in First Round of France’s Municipal Elections
  • Left Hand Among Bones
  • Legal Debate on Using Boastful Rap Lyrics as a Smoking Gun
  • Legislature Rejects Cuomo’s Plan to Use Rebates to Freeze Property Taxes
  • Lemon and Garlic Chicken With Cherry Tomatoes
  • Lemon and Garlic Chicken With Mushrooms
  • Lemon and Garlic Chicken With Spiced Spinach
  • Lens: 'The Man I Am, the Man I'm Not, the Man I Want To Be'
  • Lens: An Inside View of Arab Photography
  • Lens: An Uncertain Quiet for Crimean Tatars
  • Lens: Carnival's Essence in Black and White
  • Lens: Covering the Russian Army in Crimea
  • Lens: Emmet Gowin: Loving the Problem
  • Lens: Exploring a New World Every Day
  • Lens: Holding a Mirror to Race
  • Lens: Hunting Honey, and Trying to Hide
  • Lens: In Photography, Cool Rules
  • Lens: Inside Roger Ballen's Mind: A Place of Refuge and Madness
  • Lens: Life and Happiness in Siberia's Cold
  • Lens: Michael Ford's Homeplace: Mississippi in the 1970s
  • Lens: New Orleans by Streetlight
  • Lens: Paradise in a Pakistani Valley
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Afghanistan and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Afghanistan and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Belgium and More
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: India and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Indonesia and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Japan and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: New York and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: New York and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Russia and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: South Korea and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Spain and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Syria and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: The Netherlands and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Pictures of the Day: Ukraine and Elsewhere
  • Lens: Questions About News Photographers in Syria Arise After Freelancer's Death
  • Lens: The Best of Photojournalism 2014
  • Lens: Where Lush Beauty Conceals Dread
  • Leo Bretholz, 93, Dies; Escaped Train to Auschwitz
  • Leonard: Both Airy and Fluid
  • Lessons From the Little Ice Age
  • Lessons of a German Tax Cheat
  • Let High School Students Sleep Later?
  • Let Me Show You to Our Worst Table, Madame.
  • Let Them Wear Crowns
  • Let the Military Run Drone Warfare
  • Letang Practices Again
  • Lethal Liquid Nicotine
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Letters to the Sports Editor: Is a Career Extender a Performance Enhancer?
  • Letters: Bad Boys, Heschel and Kennan’s Diaries
  • Letters: Ozick on Malamud
  • Letters: Why Pick on M.F.A. Programs?
  • Letters: ‘Peyton Place’ Revisited
  • Letters: ‘The Sixth Extinction,’ and More
  • Let’s Go Ride a Bike
  • Lewis Yablonsky, 89, Sociologist Who Learned From the Streets, Is Dead
  • Li Moves to Semifinals at Indian Wells
  • Liberty, Equality, Efficiency
  • Libya: North Korea Says It Has No Ties to Rogue Ship
  • Libyan Militia Selling Oil, Defying the Government
  • Libya’s Prime Minister Ousted in Chaos Over Tanker
  • Life Expectancy and Income
  • Life Intervened
  • Life Is an Audition
  • Life Lived on Flip Side of Sports Page
  • Life in the Group Room
  • Lift the Mideast Roadblocks
  • Lifting of Ban Should Return BP to Competition, Analysts Say
  • Ligety Loses U.S. Race
  • Ligety, Giant Slalom Specialist, Gains First Podium in Downhill
  • Lightning’s Bishop Blanks Devils and Sets Team Mark
  • Like That Vase on the TV? Click Your Phone to Buy It
  • Limiting Ivory, Saving Elephants
  • Limiting Patients’ Choice of Doctors
  • Limits on Ivory Sales, Meant to Protect Elephants, Set Off Wide Concerns
  • Lindsey Green and Lockhart Steele
  • Lines Meet Atmospheres, and a Visiting Drummer
  • Lips Locked, With Musical Chairs
  • Lisa Falzone of Revel Systems on the Thrill of Entrepreneurship
  • Lisa Richenstein, Andrew Silverman
  • Literary City, Bookstore Desert
  • Lithium Producer Chases Tesla’s Bold Battery Plan
  • Litigant Against Social Welfare Agency Will Be Its Leader
  • Little Choice but to Hope Tejada Can Handle Job
  • Little R-S-P-E-C-T
  • Little-Known Health Act Fact: Prison Inmates Are Signing Up
  • Live Reporting on Autopsy Banned at Pistorius Trial
  • Lobbyists Set to Fight Royalty Bill for Artists
  • Local Voices Aren’t So Eager to Go National
  • Local-Guide Requirement Considered for Nepal Peaks
  • Locking Up Amazon Deliveries
  • Lockout of Officials Ending
  • Lodestars in a Murky Media World
  • Loggers Join in Search for Washington Landslide Victims
  • London Enjoys Its Own Night of the Stars
  • London SE8 3JF
  • London’s Laundry Business
  • Lone Star Loyalists Connect in Washington
  • Long Island Developer’s Statement on Shooting Is Short on Detail
  • Long Island Hospital Warns of Possibly Contaminated Syringe
  • Long Time Coming
  • Long Wielding Power Behind the Scenes, Now Taking Her Leave
  • Long-Lost Video of R&B Stars at 1989 Inaugural Is to Air
  • Looking Adrift at Citi Field, Mets Keep Their Wallet Closed
  • Looking Ahead and Seeing a Different Mix
  • Looking Back on a Double Life
  • Looking for Love? This New Fragrance Could Help You Find It
  • Looking for Ways to Keep Money From Dividing a Family
  • Lopez Still in Plans; Nets Stay on Roll
  • Los Angeles Times Fires Writer of Articles on College
  • Lost Jet’s Path Seen as Altered via Computer
  • Lottery’s Own Personal Watchdog Intends to Remain on Guard
  • Louis C.K. Invites a Friend to His Website
  • Louis Vuitton: A Debut With Desire
  • Louisiana Tech Advances
  • Louisiana: Rain on Their Parade
  • Louisville Confronts Elephant in Its Room
  • Louisville’s Rick Pitino and Russ Smith Make Odd Couple
  • Lovely, Lethal and Out of This World
  • Low-Scoring Record
  • Low-Wage Workers Are Finding Poverty Harder to Escape
  • Loyalty Programs for One-of-a-Kind Hotels
  • Lucrezia Reichlin
  • Lufthansa Pilots Plan 3-Day Strike for Next Week
  • Lufthansa Results Suggest Overhaul Is Paying Off
  • Lunch on the Barricades
  • Lundqvist Breaks Another Record in a Key Win
  • Lundqvist Sets Win Mark for Rangers Goaltenders
  • Lundqvist Ties Team Win Mark
  • Lundqvist Ties Team Win Record as Rangers Top Jets
  • Luongo Dealt to Panthers
  • Luongo Is Biggest Name on Busy Day of Trades
  • Luxury With a Midprice Flair
  • L’Wren Scott, Whose Designs Melded Daring and Sophistication, Dies at 49
  • L’Wren Scott: A Legacy of Elegance
  • L’Wren Scott’s Death Still Under Investigation
  • M. Grace Calhoun Named Penn Athletic Director
  • M.L.B. and Players Union Close In on Tougher Drug Penalties
  • M.L.S. Labor Dispute
  • M.L.S. Talking Points: New Stars for Toronto, New Expectations for Red Bulls
  • M.L.S. to Open Season With Replacement Referees Amid Lockout
  • Macau Rides High on New Round of Casino Construction
  • Machinery of an Energy Dream
  • Madness Most Discreet
  • Mae Keane, Whose Job Brought Radium to Her Lips, Dies at 107
  • Magazine’s Stand on Israel
  • Maggert Wins in Senior Debut
  • Magic Sign a Center
  • Main Ingredient in Mayor’s TV Cameo: Ham
  • Major Balkan Drug Trafficker Arrested in Serbia, Authorities Say
  • Maker of Jack Daniel’s Reports a Broad Sales Gain
  • Makeup That Addresses the Many Shades of Women
  • Making City Streets Safer: A Design Solution
  • Making Connections Across the Globe, via Opera
  • Making It Fun to Turn on the Lamp
  • Making It Last
  • Making Russia Pay? It’s Not So Simple
  • Making Strip Clubs Go Dry, Then Go Away
  • Making Sushi and Friends
  • Making a Case for the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Making ‘Much Ado’ About a Fab 4
  • Malaysia Airlines Loses Contact With Jet Carrying Over 200
  • Malaysia Backtracks on When Airliner’s Communications Were Disabled
  • Malaysia Officials Open Criminal Inquiry Into Missing Jet
  • Malaysia Says Missing Plane Sent One Last Partial Signal
  • Malaysia by Night and Day
  • Malaysian Opposition Leader Sentenced in Sodomy Case
  • Malaysian Prime Minister’s Statement on Flight 370 Investigation
  • Malaysia’s Crisis of Confidence
  • Malaysia’s Deep Political Rifts Exposed Amid Mystery of Missing Flight
  • Malaysia’s Mystery
  • Mali: Fire Destroys Shops in the Capital’s Main Market
  • Mammy Revealed, and Not Just Her Red Petticoat
  • Man Facing Murder Charge in Death of a City Bus Driver
  • Man Who Shot Officer in Manhattan Gunfight Is Sentenced to Prison
  • Man and Woman Shot to Death in Queens
  • Man in Subway Is Injured in Antigay Attack, Police Say
  • Manchester City Rebounds to Keep Title Hopes Alive
  • Manhattan Coach Is Denied South Florida Job After Résumé Check
  • Manhattan Community Papers Revamped Under New Editor
  • Manhattan Doesn’t Have to Look Far for Its Talent
  • Manhattan Earns N.C.A.A. Bid for First Time in 10 Years
  • Manhattan Is Likely to Lose Coach
  • Manhattan Real Estate Feels a Russian Chill
  • Many Adults Falling Short of Degrees
  • Many Cars Are Green, but Only a Few Can Be Called Irish
  • Many Seek Spanish Citizenship Offered to Sephardic Jews
  • Many to Lust For, and Some You Might Afford
  • Mara Cvejic, Nitesh Paryani
  • Mark Bittman: What We're Reading Now
  • Mark Bittman: What We're Reading Now
  • Mark Willis
  • Market Drops on Fears Over China and Ukraine
  • Market Slips as China’s Exports Take a Spill
  • Markets Fall as Impasse in Ukraine Intensifies
  • Markets Rebound on Hopes of Tension Easing in Ukraine
  • Markets Weigh Good Employment Data and Troubling Overseas Tensions
  • Markets Worldwide Brush Off Crimea Vote
  • Marlo Thomas Carves a Niche on Internet TV
  • Martin Gottfried, 80, Theater Critic and Scholar
  • Mary Chapman, Jason Benoit
  • Mary Chen, Joey Zhou
  • Maryland Upsets Virginia on Its Way Out of A.C.C.
  • Masahiro Tanaka Pitches 2 Scoreless Innings in Debut for Yankees
  • Masculin, Feminin
  • Mass Slaughter in Indonesia
  • Massachusetts College Town Seeks Answers as Festivities Spin Out of Control
  • Massachusetts: 2 Firefighters Killed in Boston Fire
  • Massachusetts: Bill Passes Banning ‘Upskirt’ Images
  • Massachusetts: Custody Deal Reached
  • Massachusetts: Defense Lawyers in Bombing Case Say the Government Is Withholding Information
  • Massachusetts: Ex-School Doctor Sentenced for Child Pornography
  • Massachusetts: Report Chides Drug Laboratory for Lapses
  • Massachusetts: Ruling Favors Man Accused of Taking ‘Upskirt’ Images
  • Matchmakers Help Those Over 60 Handle Dating’s Risks and Rewards
  • Mathematicians Are Hoping Their Calculations Add Up to the Perfect Bracket
  • Matsuzaka Looks Strong in Bid for a Rotation Spot
  • Matt Every’s First Win Comes at Event That Was a Boyhood Ritual
  • Matthew Power, Wide-Roving Journalist, Dies at 39
  • Matthew Power, Wide-Roving Journalist, Dies at 39
  • Mavericks Avoid Collapse
  • Maybe One Less Union Jack
  • Mayor Quits in Charlotte After Arrest Over Bribes
  • Mayor Vows Jail Reforms on Rikers Island
  • Mayor de Blasio’s Team: The View From City Hall
  • Mayor’s Ouster Is Approved in Colombia
  • Mayor’s Pre-K Tax Drive: Views Vary on Its Success as Widely as on Its Merits
  • McCann and a Prospect Display Power for the Yankees
  • McCarthyism Comes to Turkey
  • McConnell Vows a Senate in Working Order, if He Is Given Control
  • McDermott Scores 30 as Creighton Advances
  • McDonagh Is on Rise, but Not Yet at Peak
  • McDonald’s Sales Fall 1.4% at Established U.S. Sites
  • McDonald’s Workers File Wage Suits in 3 States
  • McGrady Gets Spring Invitation
  • McIlroy Displays Composure in Place Where He Once Lost It
  • McIlroy Falters, Woods Exits, and Henley Triumphs in Playoff
  • Measles Outbreak May Have Spread in Medical Facilities, a New York City Official Says
  • Measured Progress on Nuclear Security
  • Measuring America’s Shakespearean Devotion
  • Measuring the Facebook Cover Photo
  • Meat Makes the Planet Thirsty
  • Medals of Honor Go to 24 Army Veterans Who Had Been Denied
  • Medals, With Little Guidance
  • Medical Marijuana Bill Dies in Washington State
  • Medicare Changes Prompt Enrollees to Reconsider Plans
  • Meet Me in Chicago
  • Megan Chan and Jarrod Stuard
  • Meghan Gourley, Kristofer Goddard
  • Melba Hernández, a Confidante of Castro From First Volley, Is Dead at 92
  • Melbourne, a Formula One Playground
  • Melissa Rooney, Thomas Geggel
  • Melodies Steeped in Memories
  • Memories Flood Back as UConn Returns to Madison Square Garden
  • Memories of a Friend, a Teacher and a Fighter
  • Memories of ’87 Blast Jarred Loose by Explosion
  • Memphis Struggles Past George Washington
  • Mercedes Has 2 Fastest Qualifying Times at Australian Grand Prix
  • Mercedes-Benz Simulator Shows Off Safety Technology
  • Mercer Coach Says Rankings Are Flawed
  • Mercer Sees Value in Mastering a Simple Task That Foils Many
  • Mercy and Social Media Slow the Noose in Iran
  • Meredith Montgomery, Joseph Khawam
  • Messaging Services Bypass the Old SMS Route
  • Methodist Bishop to End Trials for Ministers Who Perform Gay Weddings
  • Metro-North to Study Whether Surge in Riders Affected Railroad’s Safety
  • Mets Confront Replay System; It’s Not as Easy as It Looks
  • Mets Face Outfield Decision: Eric Young or Juan Lagares?
  • Mets Pick Mejia for Rotation; Decision Shocks Matsuzaka
  • Mets Pitcher’s Mechanics Are Perfect; His Pluperfect Is Not
  • Mets Playing It Safe With Return of First Basemen
  • Mets Send Syndergaard, a Top Prospect, to the Minors
  • Mets’ Niese Is Rocked, and Is Happy for It
  • Mets’ Pitching Coach Apologizes for a Slur
  • Mets’ Tejada Has Tightness in Hamstring
  • Mets’ Top Prospect Has Shaky Outing but Remains Upbeat
  • Mets’ Wright Waits for His Team to Catch Up
  • Mexican Drug Lord, Thought Dead in 2010, Is Reported Killed
  • Mexico Targets Gang That Infiltrated the Mining Industry
  • Michael J. Fox Says No Series ‘Death Sentence’ Yet
  • Michele Zatzkis, Matthew Slaine
  • Michigan State Opens With an Easy Win
  • Michigan: Court Halts Same-Sex Marriages
  • Michigan: Same-Sex Marriages Won’t Be Recognized
  • Michigan: Second Sentence for Man Who Shot at Cars
  • Michigan’s 3-Point Shooters Strike Early and Often Against Texas
  • Mickelson Just Makes Cut
  • Microsoft Pins Xbox One Hopes on Titanfall, a Sci-Fi Shooting Game
  • Microsoft Software Leak Inquiry Raises Privacy Issues
  • Microsoft to Offer Office for iPad, Maybe a Bit Late
  • Midwest: Transfer and Sidekick
  • Mika Tajima: ‘Negative Entropy’
  • Mikaela Shiffrin Begins to Look Beyond the Slalom
  • Mikaela Shiffrin Retains Season’s Championship in Slalom
  • Milestone for Argentine
  • Milestones Await Alyssa Thomas, Maryland’s Shy Star
  • Military Cuts Render NATO Less Formidable as Deterrent to Russia
  • Military Repatriates Algerian Detainee From Guantánamo Bay
  • Military Sex Assault Trial Showcases 2 Approaches to Prosecution
  • Millennials at Work: Young and Callow, Like Their Parents
  • Mind Games Over Matter for England
  • Mindful of Past, Many Tatars Fear a Russian Future
  • Mining the Past and Sharing the Plenty
  • Minnesota Makes Do Without a Civil War Battlefield
  • Minnesota Mystery: What’s Killing the Moose?
  • Minnesota Orchestra Conductor Returns ... For Now
  • Minnesota Rallies in N.I.T.
  • Minnesota: Archbishop Will Not Face Charges
  • Miracles Know No Borders: Upstart Russia Tops Potent U.S.
  • Missing 26 3-Point Shots, Nets Fail to Add to Streak
  • Missing Brooklyn Boy Rode Subway for Five Days
  • Missionaries’ Kid
  • Missions Signal a Growing Role for Mormon Women
  • Mitch Leigh, Who Composed ‘Man of La Mancha,’ Dies at 86
  • Mitch McConnell Is Not as Vulnerable as He Seems
  • MoMA to Show Jasper Johns’s ‘Regrets’ Series
  • Models Preserve Wright’s Dreams
  • Modernist Art, the English Way
  • Moist Brown Soda Bread Loaf With Oats
  • Molly Lowe: ‘Sorry, Excuse Me, Thank You’
  • Momentum Is Building for Museum on Women
  • Monday Motorsports: Busch Wins Kyle vs. Kyle Showdown
  • Monday Motorsports: Harvick Derails the Earnhardt Express
  • Monday Motorsports: Keselowski’s Excellent Vegas Weekend
  • Monday Motorsports: Rosberg Wins an Eventful Australian Grand Prix
  • Money Is No Object for Paris Saint-Germain
  • Money for the Courts
  • Montana Ex-Guardsman Now Must Fight to Keep Senate Seat Given to Him
  • Montana’s Big Sky Resort Gets Bigger
  • Monuments Man in War, Conservator in Peace
  • Mood Enhancers That Recharge
  • More Diversity in School
  • More Dreaded Chores Outsourced to Robots (They Do Windows)
  • More Hope Than Headway So Far in U.S.-Europe Trade Talks
  • More Indian Students Taking U.S. Graduate School Test
  • More Information for Women Looking to Get Back in the Work Force
  • More Job Ads Seen as a Sign of Steady Hiring
  • More Mechanical Problems for Boeing’s 787
  • More Money Needed to Avert Disaster in Central African Republic, U.N. Warns
  • More Movers to Play With Force
  • More Possible Sightings in Hunt for Missing Plane
  • More Ships and Planes Join Search for Jetliner
  • More Than 2,000 Migrants Rescued Off Italian Coast
  • More Than a Game
  • More U.S. Troops to Aid Uganda Search for Kony
  • More U.S. Troops to Aid Uganda Search for Kony
  • Morning Show for Weather Channel
  • Morocco’s Progress on Rights
  • Morsi’s Son Faces Drug Charges in Egypt
  • Most Chinese Cities Fail Minimum Air Quality Standards, Study Says
  • Mother Is Charged With Abandoning Infant
  • Motherlode: 'Dragon Mother' Emily Rapp: A New Baby Doesn't, and Shouldn't, Replace What's Lost
  • Motherlode: 'In Hindsight, Is Stay-at-Home Parenting Something You'd Recommend?'
  • Motherlode: 3 Things Parents Wish Teachers Knew: We Can Handle the Truth
  • Motherlode: 5 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew: Your Children Can Do More Than You Think
  • Motherlode: A Daughter, Her Dad, and the Debate Over Pricey Teen Volunteer Trips
  • Motherlode: A Sister's Love, Not Tempered by Expectations
  • Motherlode: A Sperm Donor, Uncertain of What It Is to Be 'Bio-Dad'
  • Motherlode: Advice on How to Have a Good Paternity Leave
  • Motherlode: Apple Invites Parents to Review In-App Purchases
  • Motherlode: Baby M Grew Up, but Surrogacy Remains Controversial
  • Motherlode: Casual Remarks That Hurt: Microaggression and Adoptive Families
  • Motherlode: Changes at Motherlode: Living the Family Dynamic
  • Motherlode: Choosing a Preschool: Order Amid Chaos, or Structure Above All?
  • Motherlode: College Admissions Season: When the Answer Is No
  • Motherlode: Does Texting at a Stop Sign Count?
  • Motherlode: EchoAge and Other Better Ways to Do Birthday Presents
  • Motherlode: Homework's Emotional Toll on Students and Families
  • Motherlode: How Can I 'Talk to My Kids About Vaping' if I Don't Really Know What That Means?
  • Motherlode: How Do I Make the Most of My Paternity Leave?
  • Motherlode: How the 'Trophy for Just Showing Up' Is Earned
  • Motherlode: How to Talk to Your Teenager About Pornography
  • Motherlode: I Didn't Want My Son to Have Dwarfism. Not Really.
  • Motherlode: It's Harder to Age in Hollywood. Where Is It Harder to Raise Kids?
  • Motherlode: It's Your Turn: A Weekend Thread, Open for Comments
  • Motherlode: Learning the Rules of the Preschool Application Game
  • Motherlode: Like the Common Core? Then You'll Like the New SAT
  • Motherlode: No Questions About I.V.F. in Israel
  • Motherlode: Please Don't Call Me Mom
  • Motherlode: Raising, and Understanding, the Class Clown
  • Motherlode: Reader Comments and Questions: Helping the Stay-at-Home Parent (and More) Get Back in the Game
  • Motherlode: Reader Questions, Answered: Returning to Work After a Career Break
  • Motherlode: Rejected From a Preschool, a Toddler Is Fine. Her Mother Is Getting There.
  • Motherlode: Religious Preschool's Appeal to the Secular Parent
  • Motherlode: Remembering the Preschool Trial That Launched an Era of Hysteria
  • Motherlode: Shouldn't the Breast Pump Be as Elegant as an iPhone and as Quiet as a Prius by Now?
  • Motherlode: The Cleft-Lip Smile I Never Knew I'd Miss
  • Motherlode: The Elaborate Replacement Teddy Bear Hoax
  • Motherlode: The White House Pastry Chef Is Moving to a New Kitchen
  • Motherlode: Time to Make Up for a Missed Measles Vaccine
  • Motherlode: ToyTalk Presents a Show that Truly Talks Back to Kids
  • Motherlode: Whose Anxiety Is It?
  • Motherlode: Why Kids Love a (Minor) 'Crisis'
  • Motherlode: Working With the Teenager's Internal Clock
  • Motherlode: Your Turn: A Weekend Thread, Open for Comments
  • Motherlode: Your Turn: A Weekend Thread, Open for Comments
  • Mothers and Sons
  • Motive Still Unclear in Christie-Backed Bridge Scandal Report
  • Motorcycle Crew Has One Requirement, and It Isn’t a License
  • Motown’s Link to Civil Rights Movement on Display
  • Mountain That Roared Down Turns Into a Tomb of Debris
  • Mourinho's Coaching Moves Lift Chelsea Again
  • Mouths to Feed
  • Move Over Scandinavian Noir, Here Comes the Polish Gumshoe
  • Movie Box Office Figures Largely Flat for 2013
  • Movie Listings for March 14-20
  • Movie Listings for March 21-27
  • Movie Listings for March 28-April 3
  • Movie Listings for March 7-13
  • Moving From the Trenches to Turmoil at Home
  • Moving Out of a Gaudí Treasure
  • Moving Past Gender Barriers to Negotiate a Raise
  • Moving on From Make-Believe
  • Mr. Abe's Dangerous Revisionism
  • Mr. McConnell’s Latest Mischief
  • Mr. Obama Feels the Heat
  • Mr. Obama’s Limits on Phone Records
  • Mr. Ryan’s Small Ideas on Poverty
  • Mu Ramen on Temporary Hold
  • Multivehicle Accident in Pakistan Kills More Than 30
  • Muppets, a Front for Bigger Schemes
  • Murder Trial of Pistorius Is Postponed After Illness
  • Murder, Mentoring and Masochism in Japan
  • Murky Path for the Fed as Yellen Takes Reins
  • Murray Faces Crossroads After Lendl
  • Murray L. Weidenbaum, Reagan Economist, Dies at 87
  • Murray and Li Advance
  • Murray, Federer and Li Advance
  • Muscle Head
  • Museum & Gallery Listings for March 14-20
  • Museum & Gallery Listings for March 28-April 3
  • Museum and Gallery Listings for March 21-27
  • Museum and Gallery Listings for March 7-13
  • Music Has Southern Roots, but Lyrics May Travel
  • Music Sales Fell in 2013, Even as Streaming Revenue Increased
  • Music and Motion as Sliding Screens, Intuitively Calibrated
  • Music-and-Wine Formula, Multiplied
  • Musical Allies and Brothers in Song
  • Musical or Opera? Stage Companies Are Drawing on Both Art Forms
  • Musicians Old and Young, Experienced and Not, Join a Global Play-In
  • Mutual Self-Interest May Help Advance Deal Allowing Aid to Ukraine
  • My Life as a Writer
  • Myanmar’s Deadly Medicine
  • Mystery Men at De Facto Crimean Border Help Fuel Suspicion and Dread
  • Mystical and Searching, and Very Last-Minute
  • Má Pêche’s Focus Turns to Four Wheels
  • N.B.A. Denies Clearing Nets to Become ‘Russian’
  • N.B.A. Game of the Week: East’s Top Two Teams Are Not Playing Like It
  • N.B.A. Game of the Week: Mavericks’ Defense Is Key in Final Push
  • N.B.A. Game of the Week: Teams That Cope
  • N.B.A. Game of the Week: The Chase for a Top Seed
  • N.B.A. Game of the Week: The Surprising Suns Are Battling for a Playoff Berth
  • N.B.A. Looks to Asia for Next Growth Spurt
  • N.C.A.A. Apologizes to New Mexico State
  • N.C.A.A. Football Drops Rule to Slow Offenses
  • N.C.A.A. Men’s Conference Tournament Previews
  • N.C.A.A. Players Ignore Advice on Mouth Guards, Often at Their Own Peril
  • N.F.L. Free-Agency Success Comes Up Front
  • N.H.L. Reduces Devils’ Penalties Over Kovalchuk Contract
  • N.S.A. Breached Chinese Servers Seen as Security Threat

Principal’s News

 

Congratulations to the following 8th grade students who were selected to receive the 2017-2018 Pinnacle Award presented by the Broward County Nonpublic School Association: Christopher Enlow, Chloe Fandino, and Ashley James. These students are truly “Pinnacle” students, who set an example for others to follow, and who make significant contributions to our school and community. They excel in academics, community service, citizenship, student activities, perseverance, effort, dedication, and commitment to positive goals. Christopher, Chloe, and Ashley will be honored at the Pinnacle Awards Program and Luncheon at the Signature Grand on March 21. Once again, congratulations to these students and their parents on this well-deserved, prestigious recognition!

 

On January 19, students in Grades 4-8 participated in our MHOC School Spelling Bee. Congratulations on a job well done to all participants and “top spellers”! Our Elementary School Bee Champion is Kellie Jones (Grade 5), and our Elementary School Bee Runner-Up/Alternate is James Arthurton (Grade 5). Our Middle School Bee Champion is Christopher Trokey (Grade 8), and our Middle School Bee Runner-Up/Alternate is Christopher Enlow (Grade 8)! Kellie and Christopher T. will represent MHOC School in the upcoming Broward County Spelling Bee, which will be held at the Signature Grand on March 13, and we are very proud of them! A big thank you to Ms. Mary Suppe for serving as MHOC School’s Spelling Bee Moderator and thanks also to our spelling bee pronouncers, Mrs. Lisa Capon, Mrs. Cindy Longman, Miss Stacy Sexton, and Mrs. Julie Winninger!

 

Congratulations to our MHOC math team who competed in the Annual St. Thomas Aquinas High School Sister John Norton Math Competition on January 21, 2018! “Division A” won 1st PLACE OVERALL (TEAM) out of 15 schools! Congratulations to “Division A” team members: Christopher Enlow, Ashley James, John Lynch, Ryan Lunch, and Christian Solanet! Congratulations to Christopher Enlow, who won2nd PLACE OVERALL (INDIVIDUAL)! Christopher Enlow also won 1st place and Ryan Lynch won 2nd place on the “Division A” MHOC team. EXCELLENT WORK! “Division B” team members included: Elizabeth James, Victoria Servideo, John Hancock, Joseph Natoli, and Santiago Raigoza. Santiago Raigoza won 1st place and John Hancock won 2nd place on the “Division B” MHOC team. CONGRATULATIONS! Thank you to Miss Stacy Sexton (Algebra/Geometry Teacher) and Miss Jackie Schaub, who together served as team moderators for this exciting competition! Thank you also to our parents for their attendance and support!

 

As you know, there will be no summer camp this year due to ongoing construction and various church and school projects. Many of these projects are “works in progress,” and we ask for your patience during the initial planning process. We are excited about the improvements to our campus and will update you in the near future. Stay tuned!

 

Please be reminded that we have rescheduled this year’s Gala from Friday, February 9 to Saturday, April 21! Our Lucky Duck Raffle will be held from March 22-April 20! The success of our Gala Auction relies heavily on the live and silent auction portions of the event. We are still looking for volunteers to help with auction acquisitions! If you would like to volunteer in this capacity, or if you would like to contribute goods, services, gift certificates and/or cash donations to help ensure that this year’s fundraising efforts are successful, please contact our Gala Chairperson, Mrs. Beatriz Miranda-Vilamek, via email at bisabelm@gmail.com. We appreciate your support!

 

SAVE THE DATE…3rd Home and School Association (HSA) Meeting has been rescheduled from Tuesday, January 23 to Tuesday, February 27 at 8:00 a.m. in Church. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Please be sure to check the school’s website at www.mhocschool.org or your PlusPortals account for updated calendar information!

 

WEEK OF JANUARY 22

 

Monday, January 22

 

Re-registration continues

All families must complete one virtual registration form per student to ensure enrollment for the 2018-19 school year. If you did not receive an email from panthers@mhoc.org with the link to our online re-enrollment form, or if you need any assistance with the registration process, please do not hesitate to contact us. We thank your family for partnering with Mary Help of Christians Catholic School!

 

Cyber Safety Week begins

Classroom Guidance Activities for the week include: Learning how to be safe online; Learning how to be a responsible digital citizen; Creating strong passwords. For more information, please see the flyer that was sent home in Thursday’s folder.

 

 

Chick fil-A Accelerated Reader Lunch

 

 

School Advisory Board Meeting at 1:30 p.m. in School Conference Room

This meeting is for Board members who meet regularly to advise the Pastor and the Principal in matters relating to the school. Minutes of the meeting will be posted on PlusPortals once they are finalized.

 

Tuesday, January 23

 

No School Events

 

Wednesday, January 24

 

Cyber Safety Presentation for Parents at 8:00 a.m. in Room 101

 

Cyber Safety Presentation for Students in Grades 5-6 at 10:30 a.m. in Church

 

Cyber Safety Presentation for Students in Grades 7-8 at 11:40 a.m. in Church

 

Thursday, January 25

 

Open Enrollment for 2018-2019 school year begins today

 

Cyber Safety Dress Down – “May the Force (of Good) be with you!”

Students may dress in their favorite Star Wars shirt, hat, and/or socks along with their regular uniform bottoms.

 

Friday, January 26

 

School Mass at 8:30 a.m. led by Grade 2

Please join us as we celebrate Mass in song and prayer!

 

Quarter 2 Honors Ceremony

Our Honors Ceremony will be held immediately following Mass. After the ceremony, all honors students in Grades 6-8 will be invited to stop by the Lunch Patio for a quick breakfast treat! Congratulations, Honors Students!

                                   

Saturday, January 27

 

Science Expo at MHOC School from 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

 

Sunday, January 28

 

5B Class Mass – Catholic Schools Week begins!

 

Have a good week, and thank you for your continued support.

Dr. Fernandez, Principal

 

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