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  • Cheryl Harris2014
    Grambling State University leads Allstate’s 2014 Quotes for Education program
    At the end of September of this year, Allstate granted me a second interview with their Senior Vice-President Cheryl Harris regarding their Quotes for Educationpartnership with the Tom Joyner Foundation, a program conceived to raise funds for...
  • New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange
    Native American performers have choices "Affordable Care Act" health insurance
    There are many Native American performers who spend their entire careers not being able to afford health insurance. They can land an acting job that pays for a short period of time & then they are out of work again. Most of them fall below the...
  • Cheryl Harris2014
    Allstate’s Cheryl Harris discusses the 2014 Quotes for Education program
    “Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are hurting financially more than ever, and with assistance programs declining dramatically over the past couple of years, we realize the importance of investing in the future of HBCU...
  • Progressive Free Speech NAZIs tell College Students -No Free Speech for You!
    College Classes start under Pall of Progressive Censorship
    Today marks the beginning of the first full week of class for most colleges in America. Yet Freshmen who have long looked forward to greater freedom at college may be in for government surprise. It seems the Progressives don't think College...
  • Gluten-free options
    A first year's guide for a gluten-free safe campus
    Well, this week marks the last full week of summer holidays for many students before labour day weekend. It's hard to believe that the days of sipping lemonade by the water have come to an end for another year and that school is just around...
  • Magdalen College, Oxford
    Should everyone go to college
    No, not all Americans should go to college. Robert Perry and Margaret Miller have both written articles about the macroeconomic benefits behind requiring students to go to college, the intellectual potentiation of the population, and the seemingly...
  • College Freshmen
    5 tips for college freshmen
    It is almost that time of the year. College classes will be resuming shortly. Freshmen in Atlanta and all over the country are excited and ready to start the new chapter in their lives. Here are a few tips to help college freshmen out during the...
  • Common causes of grade inflation in higher education
    Common causes of grade inflation in higher education
    The spiraling up of grades and grade point averages (GPAs) at colleges and universities is reaching epic proportions, according to a 2012 study showing that As now likely make up over 40% of all letter grades. That's a percentage increase of...
  • Fossil Free: Freedom from Facts
    Fossil fuel divestment makes no sense
    At colleges across Maryland, and indeed the whole nation, fossil fuel divestment-- forcing a university to get rid of all funds in its endowment related to fossil-fuel producers-- has incited a small, but spirited minority, to take action. They...
  • Mike Adams
    Conservative professor denied promotion then wins First Amendment lawsuit
    A conservative college professor in Wilmington, North Carolina has won in a lawsuit he filed against school administrators who denied him a promotion based on his political and religious beliefs.Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the...
  • The College Board announced that it is revising the SAT for the spring 2016
    SAT returns to 1600 score in 2016, revised to represent high school curriculum
    The College Board in charge of the SATs (Scholastic Aptitude Test) announced on Wednesday March 5, 2014 that they are redesigning the exam for the spring of 2016 to give all students an "equal opportunity" to do well on the exam and go...
  • Two studies determined that a bachelor's degree has replaced a high school diploma as the educational minimum
    Bachelor's degree value rises becomes new high school diploma
    Two recent surveys one released in the United States the other in Canada indicate that even with recent high unemployment rates for college and university graduates, getting a college degree is definitely worth the cost. In the U.S. the Pew...
  • 125th Annual Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship
    125th Annual Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship starting tomorrow
    Pepperdine's Francis Alcantara and Alexander Sarkissian named top seeds for the tournament. Peter Smith and Kaes Van’t Hof named top-seeded independent team at historic tennis eventLa Jolla, Calif. - (February 26, 2014) – The 125th...
  • 5 reasons to attend a large school
    5 reasons to attend a large school
    Big universities typically come with big opportunities, both academically and socially. If you are starting to narrow down your list of schools to apply to, consider the following perks of attending a large university.1. Social...
  • Communicate with your professor to win and excel
    Communicating professionally and effectively with your college professor
    Communicating Professionally and Effectively with Your College ProfessorEverything you do, and say…verbally, or non-verbally, represents everything about you. How you communicate reflects your values; beliefs; the standard of your academic...