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2014 | April - June


Redesigned SAT Elicits Mixed Reactions From Students

"More focused" and "useful" than ever before are just two ways the College Board describes the redesigned SAT, which will be ready in spring 2016, on its website.
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Tuesday, Apr 22 2014 11:00 AM

Higher Education Has Great Value, but Gender Pay Gap an Ongoing Problem

In a recent economic news release, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shared a summary of the usual weekly earnings of 104.3 million full-time wage and salary workers for the first quarter of 2014.
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Monday, Apr 21 2014 11:00 AM

FBI Cuts Intelligence Risks by Releasing Study Abroad Video

The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently released a video, providing students heading overseas with insight into the world of espionage so they can avoid being recruited as spies by foreign intelligence officers.
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Sunday, Apr 20 2014 01:00 PM

Michigan City Foots the Bill for Local Students' College Education

Since 2005, a coalition of anonymous benefactors has come together to provide financial support to most students who graduate from one of Kalamazoo's public high schools, covering the costs of their college education.
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Saturday, Apr 19 2014 11:00 AM

Some College Graduates Working Minimum-Wage Jobs

Many students go into a college career thinking it will put them in a position to land a desirable job after graduation.
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Friday, Apr 18 2014 11:00 AM

Soft Skills Matter to Many Employers

The knowledge and skills students acquire while pursuing a bachelor's degree no doubt influence their success in the post-graduation job search.
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Thursday, Apr 17 2014 11:00 AM

Oberlin Tables Trigger Warning Policies Following Opposition

Despite the general acceptance of disclaimers coming before television programs and blog entries, the emergence of so-called "trigger warnings" throughout some U.S. universities has been leaving some individuals uneasy.
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Thursday, Apr 17 2014 10:00 AM

Ruling Deems Student Athletes Salaried Employees

While most college students view tackling the assignments on their lengthy semester syllabi to be a challenge, school athletes have to worry about coursework, in addition to practicing and performing on the court or field.
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Wednesday, Apr 16 2014 10:00 AM

Rejection From Top-Tier Schools Isn't an Employment Death Sentence

Even though rejection rates at upper-tier institutions may be climbing, people can take solace in the fact that employers are now looking less at school names and more at candidates' raw talent and skills.
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Tuesday, Apr 15 2014 10:00 AM

'Breaking Bad' Star Discusses Diversity With University Students

Fans of the critically acclaimed "Breaking Bad," which wrapped up its five-season run this past fall, are no doubt familiar with Walter Jr., son to the program's main character Walter White.
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Saturday, Apr 12 2014 09:00 AM

2U Ends Semester Online Program

The program was plagued by universities pulling out and low enrollment
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Friday, Apr 11 2014 11:00 AM

Colleges Encounter Rise in Mental Illness, Expand Counseling Services

Sometimes the stress of general life is only be augmented by added anxieties of college coursework.
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Friday, Apr 11 2014 09:00 AM

High Schooler Accepted to all 8 Ivy League Schools

Brown University, Columbia University and Harvard University are among the eight Ivy League schools many students dream of going to.
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Monday, Apr 07 2014 09:00 AM

US Students Test Well for Problem Solving, but Fall Behind Other Countries

The latest PISA report shows that U.S. students performed well in problem solving, but still need to catch up to foreign countries.
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Saturday, Apr 05 2014 11:00 AM

Women More Likely Than Men to Have a College Degree

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently studied the education and employment of young adults.
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Friday, Apr 04 2014 11:00 AM

Student Takes the Lego Approach to Applying for Jobs

In a competitive job market, getting hired is no walk in the park.
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Tuesday, Apr 01 2014 11:00 AM

2014 | January - March


Games Make Applying to College Fun

A chance to make new friends, take part in new experiences and move one step closer to a desired career are among the many benefits of enrolling in college.
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Thursday, Mar 27 2014 11:00 AM

Many College Students Finish Studies in Different States

Where students begin their college career is not always where they finish it.
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Tuesday, Mar 25 2014 11:00 AM

Many Employers Choosing College Graduates Over High School Diploma Holders

In an increasingly competitive job market, the college degree may be becoming more essential than ever before.
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Sunday, Mar 23 2014 01:00 PM

Students Put Food on Their Plates With Campus or Government Assistance

The stereotype of the average college student has never been one associated with grandeur - living on ramen noodles and using upside-down milk crates as a coffee table - but the financial situations of some may be a bit more pressing than ever envisioned.
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Wednesday, Mar 19 2014 11:00 AM