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By All Measures, University of Texas at San Antonio Rising at Rapid Rate

by Reginald Stuart | September 27, 2016

The University of Texas at San Antonio has emerged as one of the fastest-growing higher educati

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Data Show Just 86 Freshmen Enrolled at Chicago State

Data Show Just 86 Freshmen Enrolled at Chicago State

by Associated Press |

CHICAGO ― Only 86 full and part-time freshmen enrolled at the financially troubled Chicago St

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South African Official Blames Students for Worker’s Death

South African Official Blames Students for Worker’s Death

by Christopher Torchia, Associated Press |

JOHANNESBURG ― The death of a South African university worker who was hospitalized after a st

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No Average Scores Being Released This Year for New SAT Exam

No Average Scores Being Released This Year for New SAT Exam

by Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press |

WASHINGTON ― No score results yet, but students didn’t seem to be scared off by the new ver

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Colleges Lavishing More Financial Aid on Wealthy Students

Colleges Lavishing More Financial Aid on Wealthy Students

by Michael Melia, Associated Press |

STORRS, Conn. ― Spencer Mulligan knew his family could pay for his college education, even wi

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Iowa State President Says He Will Stop Flying School Plane

Iowa State President Says He Will Stop Flying School Plane

by Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press | September 26, 2016

AMES, Iowa ― The president of Iowa State University said Monday he will no longer pilot a uni

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Former Portland State University President Daniel Bernstine Dies at 69

Former Portland State University President Daniel Bernstine Dies at 69

by Associated Press |

PORTLAND, Ore. ― Former Portland State University president Daniel Bernstine has died at 69.

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Parents Channel Grief of Son’s Suicide into Foundation

Parents Channel Grief of Son’s Suicide into Foundation

by Taylor Swaak, Hartford Courant |

HARTFORD, Conn. ― On the outside, Jordan Porco was a typical 18-year-old college freshman. He

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Algebra Project to Pave Way for Minority Students to Pursue STEM

by Jamal Eric Watson |

The Algebra Project, a unique approach to teaching mathematics that was developed by civil righ

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In Essence, Racism on Trial in Arizona’s Ethnic Studies Suit

by Roberto Rodriguez |

The Arce v Douglas ethnic studies trial, in Tucson’s Federal Court, is expected to commence i

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Scholars Unsure Potential Young Latino Voters Engaged

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |

Even though young Latino voters have much at stake in the 2016 presidential election — from i

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‘Diddy’ Donates $1 Million to Howard University

‘Diddy’ Donates $1 Million to Howard University

by Associated Press | September 25, 2016

WASHINGTON ― Sean “Diddy” Combs is donating $1 million to Howard University, where he onc

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Need for Latinos in Community College Leadership Emphasized

by Jamal Evan Mazyck |

The National Community College Hispanic Council gathered to address institutional strategies th

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Search for New Kansas Chancellor may be Closed to Public

Search for New Kansas Chancellor may be Closed to Public

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LAWRENCE, Kan. ― The Kansas Board of Regents hasn’t approved how the process to replace Uni

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Hofstra Pushes Front-line Learning with Presidential Debate

Hofstra Pushes Front-line Learning with Presidential Debate

by Frank Eltman, Associated Press |

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. ― Monday night’s verbal smackdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

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