Tag : college

Amber VanHecke

School  24 March '17

Texas College Student Makes Farewell Videos For Family After Being Stranded Near Grand Canyon For Five Days

A college student from Texas got stranded at the Grand Canyon for five days.

Know the Importance of Mental Health Awareness on Univerisities

College Success  11 January '17

The Importance Of Mental Health Awareness On University Students

Mental health awareness on college campuses is starting to pave way for a positive start.

Chicago College Students Hold Walk-Out And Rally To Protest Donald Trump

School  30 November '16

Foreign Students In The US: Are Chinese Students In America Not Friendly?

Chinese students are in the U.S. to get a degree and fly back, as per their parent's advice.

Think It Up Live DC

School  23 November '16

Milton Friedman's Vision For The U.S Education System And Close Are We To It?

Friedman, the father of school choice wrote in favor of ending the public school monopoly by making government schools private.

New Yorkers Enjoy Summer Weather In October

Autism  23 November '16

Along The Autism Spectrum: A Tour Through The Campus Life

The social challenges of people on the spectrum can impede their likelihood of thriving not only in college, but also after graduation.

University Of Phoenix Under Investigation Surrounding Federal Aid For Veterans

School Age  23 November '16

Peer-Led Support Services And Their Impact On Helping Veterans Stay In College

Veterans who take advantage of the education benefits drop out of college due to challenges in transitioning from service member to student.

New York's Famed Carnegie Deli Set To Close At End Of The Year

Teens/Young Adults  18 November '16

Happy Holiday-ing: Where Does Parenting Fit In?

What should parents expect from their children after they return home to spend the rest of their vacations?

Harvard Ends Early Admission Policy

School  10 November '16

Parenting And Higher Education: How Can Parents Ensure A Child's College Dream?

By proper planning and financial management, parents can ensure that their kids can achieve their dreams of going to college.

US Navy Made A Video Warning Their Men About Zombie Drug.

Mind  27 October '16

Rediscovering The Dangers of Flakka; Synthetic Killer Drug That Turns People To Zombies [Attacks Caught on Video]

Flakka is the new designer drug that has been spreading all across Florida, and it has already started popping up on other states such as Texas and Ohio.

DC's Metro Shut Down For 29 Hours For Inspection After Fire

Teens/Young Adults  21 October '16

Teenage Girl Succumbs After Another Teen Stabbed Her In Metrobus

A teenage girl died after another teenager stabbed her after they fought inside a Metrobus in Washington D.C., October 17. Police reports indicated that the two were on a fight that lead to the victim's death.

Hillary Clinton

College Success  9 October '16

Hillary Clinton’s Plan For College Tuition Questionable? Critics Speak, Doubts Rising

Hillary Clinton has a promising goal for education in the United States, but the materialization of her free College Tuition plan now becomes the meat of the topic for some critics.

 Tensions High In Milwaukee After Police Shooting Of Armed Suspect Sparks Violence In City

School  29 August '16

Students In Panic: Twelve Killed In Attack On American University Of Afghanistan

Three policemen, seven students and two security guards were killed when unknown assailants attacked the American University of Afghanistan while classes were ongoing.

German Politicians Debate Future of Universities

College Success  18 August '16

Education News: Government Will Provide Funding For Students To Undergo Training In Non-Traditional Institutions

There will be eight partnerships between non-traditional institutions and colleges and universities where students can enroll.

 Mothers Of Sons Killed In Police Shootings Attend SC Forum Supporting Clinton

Family Life  17 August '16

Son of Chicago Cop Visiting From College Was Shot To Death Before He Could Surprise His Sick Mom

New York college student Arshell Dennis flew to Chicago to surprise his sick mom, but was shot to death while talking to a friend on Saturday night.

Los Angeles School Tries To Fight Campus Violence

School  16 August '16

Advertisement Looking For Non-White Roommates Sparks National Debate On Racism

A trio had been looking for a fourth roommate and included in their advertisement, "POC only" or people of color only. It has since been the subject of national debate whether the ad was racist or not.

NZ Federal Budget Expected To Reveal Surplus And New Spending

ADHD  16 August '16

Special Needs News: College Students Misusing Stimulants More Likely To Have ADHD

MIsusers of stimulant drugs are more likely to have ADHD.

General Election - Education

Teens/Young Adults  13 August '16

Upcoming Superhero Film Focuses on the Negative Effects of Drug Use

"Heroes Rising" is a film that tries to sway teens from drug use and even lets them help in the making of the movie as well.

World Health Organisation Calls For Regulation Of Ecigarettes

Health/Nutrition  9 August '16

Ohio State University Conducts E-Cigarette Studies For FDA

Sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and National Cancer Institute, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center- James is conducting two studies to determine the toxicity of e-cigarettes.

New Haven's Cultural Offerings Make The City An Attractive Destination

School  4 August '16

Yale University Reconsiders Its Decision: Calhoun College's Name Might Be Changed

After threee months, Yale University has changed its decision and is reconsidering the renaming of Calhoun College.

Governor Bill Haslam

School  14 July '16

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Believes Education Will Make or Break Economy, Comments on Black Lives Matter Protests

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam penned a commentary and said that education will break or make the economy.

NUS Demo

School  13 July '16

Are Student Loans in the United Kingdom Becoming Too Much? Student Loans Described as a "Second Mortgage"

The financial turmoil in the teriary education sector is now puting off students from going to college.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

School  12 July '16

Here are a Few Tips on Making the Best Educational Investment for Your Child

It may be hard to make decisions based on your child's education, but that does not mean you shouldn't invest largely in it.

Undergraduate Admission Office Of University Of Michigan

School  12 July '16

How Does Media Coverage Of Campus Scandals Affect College Applications Of Schools?

A new study says that media coverage of campus scandals affect the number of college applications a school will receive the following year.

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