Out-of-state students are becoming increasingly important at universities in Kansas and Missouri, which are searching for ways to offset rising costs and cuts in state funding for higher education.
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When the U.S. Supreme Court last issued a ruling on the consideration of race in admissions decisions, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's decision (which preserved the right to consider race and ethnicity) specifically cited briefs filed by various groups that were not themselves parties to the case.
If the average American teen sends a staggering 3,000 text messages a month, you can be sure that there are more than a few letters, commas and apostrophes missing.
The meat can lead to higher blood pressure, sodium retention and more, says the college president. The pork industry begs to differ.
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Tempers flared on Thursday as supporters of two universities in Augusta, Ga., that are being merged found out what their combined university will be called.
The rise in university tuition fees in England is having an impact on applications, an expert panel has said.
Helen Dragas, a University of Virginia board member, last year objected (when she was serving as rector, or board chair) to a course on Lady Gaga
Kean University President Darwood Farahi continues to raise the ire of faculty. Within the last few months Farahi received a vote of “no confidence" by the faculty.
Plenty of letters of resignation in higher education, and announcements of departures, are more polite than factual.