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Medical Schools Experiencing Increase in Applicants, Enrollments

Despite the staggering costs of a medical degree, the number of students enrolled in medical schools has reached a new high of 20,343, according to a new report released by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).

Project collaborators say they hope the initiative will provide the students with the kind of personalized counseling that students from more affluent families tend to get from private counselors or their school-based guidance counselors.

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Early voting started recently and will continue until November 4. It is our opportunity to vote for the candidates of our choice.

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Dear White People addresses a multitude of campus climate issues at Winchester University, a fictitious Ivy League school troubled by racial tension.

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University Defends Response to Threat to Speaker

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Facing faculty concerns about guns on the campus of Utah State University, the school’s president is responding to accusations that the institution acted irresponsibly after a threat against feminist speaker Anita Sarkeesian.

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A Georgia State University professor will use a $1.2 million grant to develop curriculum to bring computer science to elementary schools.

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The University of Michigan announced it has 112 more students now than a year ago.

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Conference Brings Black Doctoral Candidates Together to Focus on Path to Success Report Encourages Incentivizing States to Share in Costs of Higher Education Free College Advising to Be Offered to Students from Poor and Middle Class Families The Secret Sauce of College Admissions

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Off-Campus Student Charged in Penn State Threat

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A 20-year-old off-campus student has been jailed on charges that he posted a social media threat to shoot people at a popular gathering area on Penn State’s main campus.

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President Michael J. Sorrell, a panelist at an international seminar, outlines the best practices utilized at his small Dallas-based school in hopes that other institutions that work with large numbers of marginalized and disadvantaged students might benefit.

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