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Harvard Law expands deferral program

Harvard Law School, expanding a pilot program for Harvard undergraduates, said Wednesday that it would allow juniors accepted from any college to defer admission as long as they finish college and spend at least two years working, studying or pursuing research or fellowships.

‘Invisible ink’ student pays high price for cheating

With micro-earpieces, smart watches and miniature mobile phones confiscated from exams in recent years, it seems students are resorting to ever-more-imaginative ways to cheat.

Petition supported by teachers’ unions asks college to disinvite DeVos

After an historically black college in Florida announced that U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos would deliver its commencement address, an online petition appeared Monday, courtesy of alumni, who asked the college to rescind the invitation.

Big Brothers Big Sisters extends mentoring into the college years

Miguel Vasquez is a busy man — a commercial real estate consultant and father of a 3-year-old — but has managed to devote time to mentor a teenage boy through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and the Inland Empire.