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Judge: Students, Staff Can Oppose Corcoran Merger

The Corcoran’s board is seeking to merge the museum founded in 1869 and its college with George Washington University and the National Gallery of Art after years of financial shortfalls and daunting renovation needs.

Harvard educator is a consultant on Brooklyn’s Conviction Review Unit that seeks to bring the innocent to justice and restore faith in the legal system.

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Congratulations to William E. Cox Jr., Diverse Vice President of Operations and Advertising, as we celebrate this week the 13th anniversary of his joining the team. This July, in fact, has been extra special for Will as he also has been able to savor his beloved World Cup competition.

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NEW YORK ― Apollo Education Group said the U.S. Department of Education will review the administration of federal student financial aid programs by its University of Phoenix subsidiary. The for-profit education company said Monday that the government review, which is scheduled to start Aug. 4, will initially cover the 2012-13 and 2013-14 years. The review […]

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A new report says nearly 1 million community college students — including many students of color — face added educational and financial challenges because their colleges choose not to participate in federal student loan programs.

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Kenneth E. Reeves, facing front, discusses his trailblazing role as a student at Harvard College and later as the first African-American mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo Courtesy of The HistoryMakers Collection at the Library of Congress)

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School releases 2013 data, says its workers are still paid “under-market.”

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Recent studies by Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research found that an estimated 20 percent of graduating seniors from urban school districts abandon their plans to attend college over the summer.

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University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa told University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers that he must resign or he will be fired, a person with direct knowledge of the conversation told The Associated Press on Friday.

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The University of Connecticut defended its decision to have former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speak on campus in April for a fee of more than $250,000.

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