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Sen. McCaskill Suggests Scrapping The Cl…

30-06-2015

Sen. McCaskill Suggests Scrapping The Clery Act, A 25-Year-Old Campus Safety Law

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) last week floated the idea of scrapping the Clery Act, a two-decade-old campus safety law. Speaking on Thursday at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C., McCaskill reportedly said the Clery Act "doesn't accomplish squat." The Clery Act, which became law in 1990, requires colleges... Read more

Early College Preparation Is Important

30-06-2015

Early College Preparation Is Important

Although many decisions are made during the senior year, it is best to begin the college process early as early college preparation is important. There are countless details involved in the college admissions process, and gaining the knowledge necessary in a timely manner is crucial to ultimately making the final... Read more

Washington State Moves To Cut Public Uni…

30-06-2015

Washington State Moves To Cut Public University Tuition By Up To 20 Percent

By DONNA GORDON BLANKINSHIP Gov. Jay Inslee is joined by House and Senate leaders as he discusses an outline of an agreement they say has been reached on a new two-year state budget, Saturday, June 27, 2015, in Olympia, Wash. Inslee said that negotiations continue over various issues within the... Read more

One Day, Your Cracked Phone Screen Could…

30-06-2015

One Day, Your Cracked Phone Screen Could Heal Itself

We may be getting closer to an indestructible smartphone.... Read more

The New Silk Road: For the Riches or the…

30-06-2015

The New Silk Road: For the Riches or the Wretches?

The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. -Sun Tzu When China announced its $46 billion investment to develop a "silk road" through Pakistan, the world looked east with a combination of incredulity and alarm to China's economic prowess. China's investment package is the largest Pakistan... Read more

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3 Things to Know About Non J.D.-MBA Join…

30-06-2015

Among the joint degree programs law schools offer, the J.D-MBA generally gets the most attention from potential applicants . Law schools are, however, increasingly pairing with other schools within their university to offer joint degrees such as J.D.-Master of Public Policy, J.D.-Master of Public Administration or a dual J.D. andmaster's degree in... Read more

U.S. Colleges Adapt as More Chinese Unde…

30-06-2015

Chinese undergraduate Tianyi Zhang had seen plenty of movies and TV shows about the U.S., but nothing could quite prepare her for what she would encounter on a North American campus.  "There are lots of differences in our living habits – the food, the lifestyle," says Zhang, a rising senior and computer science... Read more

4 Ways International Students Can Prepar…

30-06-2015

​Before their college years, many  international students do not have a strict habit of exercising. Lots spend time studying to keep up their grades and are only occasionally involved in some sports and activities. Yet during their school years at U.S. colleges , international students will have a whole different level... Read more

Find Child Care Resources for Community …

29-06-2015

It’s common for adults to go to school to increase their earnings and job growth potential. But for students with children, paying for community college and child care while balancing school and work can be a near-insurmountable hurdle. "Managing child care, school responsibilities and often work can be extremely challenging, and... Read more

College Students Dish on 3 Actions to Ta…

29-06-2015

​Summer is well underway, and the class of 2019 is preparing for the transition to university life. So what should these college-bound students focus on most to best prepare? There are plenty of productive ways to spend the final summer before college:​ You can ​organize your class materials, purchase dorm supplies and study the... Read more

3 Reasons Why Parents Need to Talk to Te…

29-06-2015

3 Reasons Why Parents Need to Talk to Teens About Safe Driving

Sydnee Williams died at the age of 17 in a car crash after using her phone behind the wheel. Teens have more time for adventures when high school is out for the summer, but these escapades can often turn deadly when they're driving. Ohio dad Brock Dietrich knows this all too well.... Read more

 

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