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  1. No need to freeze just because you go to Babson College

    Babson College has announced it is expanding beyond Wellesley to Miami, Fla., with three graduate programs—including the Blended Learning MBA.  The application period is open and classes are set to begin in Fall 2018. Babson already has an accelerator called the Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab Miami  and the school boasts more than 1,300 alumni in the area. [̷…
  2. Because of federal sanctions, state colleges need $245 million

    Timeswv.com-WV 07.23 / 10:50 www.timeswv.com
    CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia’s public colleges need $245 million in the next month after U.S. education officials put sanctions on them for Title IV programs for federal student grants and loans, according to state higher education off…
  3. 2016 Concordia College Women’s Volleyball Season Wrap-up

    Concordiaclippers.com - Volleyball 07.23 / 10:26 concordiaclippers.com
    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – The Concordia women's volleyball program compiled a 3-19 overall record and held a 3-16 record in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) play in 2016 as we look back at the final fall…
  4. Oregon endurance academy draws college skiers across nation

    SacBee-College Sports 07.23 / 07:52 sacbee.com
    Bend has never been much of a college town, but it is a place where college students — especially college athletes — want to spend summer vacation. "Bend has been … Click to Continue »…
  5. College football standards: The lowest common demoniator

    NYPost-Sport 07.23 / 07:50 nypost.com
    Star Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, last seen in action trying to expose an unsuspecting woman’s breasts as she watched a St. Patrick’s Day parade, remains a societal menace who doesn’t know right from wrong despite his full scholarship enrollment as a student-athlete at Ohio State. Ohio State has a habit of recruiting dubious stude…
  6. Lambton College’s inaugural gala a success

    Thesarniajournal.ca - Sarnia 07.23 / 05:21 thesarniajournal.ca
    The Lambton College Foundation raised $67,500 at the inaugural President’s Gala in May. The money is supporting the construction of two new buildings taking shape at the Sarnia campus, a health and research centre and an athletics and fitness complex. A capacity crowd of 280 attended the May 7 gala held to celebration the college’s... Read more » The post Lambton College’s inaugural gala a success appeared first on The Sarnia Journ…
  7. Chris Weidman tops Kelvin Gastelum in UFC college homecoming

    Dailyrecordnews.com - All Sports 07.23 / 05:08 dailyrecordnews.com
    UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Chris Weidman sat on top of the Octagon, his arms outstretched, his mouth a…
  8. DeLaSalle High School Basketball League Draws State’s Top College Players

    Around this time of year, Minnesota's top college basketball players gather at DeLaSalle High School for the summer…
  9. Herkimer College appoints associate dean of academic affairs

    Herkimer College announces the appointment of William H. McDonald to the position of associate dean of academic affairs for the Business, Health, Science and Technology division. McDonald will be responsible for the supervision and evaluation of the faculty, development of the class schedule, oversight of curriculum development and academic program review and assessment, preparation of…
  10. Chris Weidman tops Kelvin Gastelum in UFC college homecoming

    SFgate.com-Education 07.23 / 03:56 sfgate.com
    Weidman then relied on his wrestling skills against the former Ultimate Fighter winner, setting up opportunities to land hard, accurate punches in the third. Patrick Cummins earned a split decision over Gian Villante in a light heavyweight fight. No. 4 ranked bantamweight Jimmie Rivera kicked off the main card with a unanimous decision over No. 9 Thomas Almeida. Eryk Anders, a former Alabama linebacker, remained unbeaten with a first-round knockout of Rafael Natal, and Elizeu Zaleski…
  11. Claremont college suspends students for demonstration against pro-police speaker

    LATimes-Tennis 07.23 / 03:55 latimes.com
    Claremont McKenna College has suspended three students for a year and two others for a semester for blocking access to a campus event to protest a speaker known for defending police against Black Lives Matter activists. The action, announced this week, arises out of an April 6 demonstration…
  12. Claremont college suspends students for demonstration against pro-police speaker

    LATimes-MoneyCompany 07.23 / 03:55 latimes.com
    Claremont McKenna College has suspended three students for a year and two others for a semester for blocking access to a campus event to protest a speaker known for defending police against Black Lives Matter activists. The action, announced this week, arises out of an April 6 demonstration…
  13. Claremont college suspends students for demonstration against pro-police speaker

    LATimes-AutoRacing 07.23 / 03:55 latimes.com
    Claremont McKenna College has suspended three students for a year and two others for a semester for blocking access to a campus event to protest a speaker known for defending police against Black Lives Matter activists. The action, announced this week, arises out of an April 6 demonstration…
  14. Claremont college suspends students for demonstration against pro-police speaker

    LATimes-Golf 07.23 / 03:55 latimes.com
    Claremont McKenna College has suspended three students for a year and two others for a semester for blocking access to a campus event to protest a speaker known for defending police against Black Lives Matter activists. The action, announced this week, arises out of an April 6 demonstration…
  15. Olive-Harvey College construction remains on hold despite new state funding

    The new state budget includes money for a stalled construction project Mayor Rahm Emanuel planned to make a centerpiece of his efforts to reform the city's community colleges, but it's not clear when the work will restart or whether the money is enough. For the past two years, the half-built…
  16. Claremont college suspends students for demonstration against pro-police speaker

    Burbankleader.com - California 07.23 / 02:59 burbankleader.com
    Claremont McKenna College has suspended three students for a year and two others for a semester for blocking access to a campus event to protest a speaker known for defending police against Black Lives Matter activists. The action, announced this week, arises out of an April 6 demonstration…
  17. Claremont college suspends students for demonstration against pro-police speaker

    Latimes.com - California 07.23 / 02:58 latimes.com
    Claremont McKenna College has suspended three students for a year and two others for a semester for blocking access to a campus event to protest a speaker known for defending police against Black Lives Matter activists. The action, announced this week, arises out of an April 6 demonstration…
  18. 'Last Chance U': Players you never knew went to East Mississippi Community College

    Sportingnews.com - All Sports 07.23 / 01:32 sportingnews.com
    Plenty of big names have already come through "Last Chance U." Could more stars be born from Season 2 of Netflix's hit…
  19. Study: White Liberal College Grads Are The Most Intolerant

    Everyjoe.com - Lifestyle 07.23 / 00:44 everyjoe.com
    Thrust into the workaday world with thoughts of intersectional feminism and systematic oppression floating around in their minds, white liberal college graduates often fashion themselves as beacons of open-minded thought. But a Harvard law professor argues that this demographic might … More » The post Study: White Liberal College Grads Are The Most Intolerant appeared first on…
  20. Delaware’s SEED program: Free college education — or a free ride?

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 07.23 / 00:43 delawarestatenews.net
    DOVER — In May, Tennessee gained significant attention with the signing of the Tennessee Reconnect Act, making community college “free” for all in the state. That follows the passage of a 2014...Read the whole story…