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Boston College Faithful to Pay Big Bucks for Fenway Notre Dame Game

Tweet Boston College and the University of Notre Dame are no strangers when it comes to college football. The large Roman Catholic universities first played in 1975, a game won

Collegiate Sports

Big Ten Conference Now Numbers 14

Since 1990, the Big Ten Conference has been composed of more than 10 members.

NCAA Football

Maryland, Rutgers Make the Move to Greener Pastures

Tweet The newly expanded conference will keep its name and will span from the middle of the country to the shores of the Atlantic for the first time. Terrapin Exit

College Budgeting

College’s Hidden Costs Loom Large

Tweet College costs fluctuate and are largely dependent upon student aid. However, there are many fees involved which are not negotiable, expenses such as the following which can add up:

Academics

What Kind of Therapist Do You Want to Be?

Tweet By Jessica Bosari The role of a therapist is to diagnose the obstacle that their patients face and help their patients find ways to work around that obstacle so

Personal Advice

On Campus Jobs: What’s Available

Tweet You’ve been thinking about supplementing your studies with a part-time job, but you aren’t keen on the idea of leaving campus and schlepping across town to wait on customers

Collegiate Sports

Ivy League May Be Looking To Become Competitive Again

Tweet It has been decades since the Ivy League fielded a powerhouse football team, choosing in the early 1980s to let the conference be relegated to Division 1-AA status when

Collegiate Sports

Texas Baseball Team Finds Perfection

Tweet When it comes to sports, finishing at the top of your game is important to players, coaches and fans. But when you win it all there is something especially

Collegiate Sports

Academic Progress Rate Reports Are In

Tweet Founded in 1910, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has long worked with colleges and universities to ensure that student-athletes and their participating athletic programs meet association guidelines, with