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NCAA Football

College Football Post Week 9!

Tweet The 2015 college football season began September 3 and regular season ends December 12 putting us just past week 9 of college football season. That means that we’re getting

Campus News

Push to Unionize Adjunct Faculty Gains Steam

Your college instructor may be qualified, capable and enthusiastic, but beneath the surface this individual may be struggling financially. College adjunct faculty members are used to plugging critical holes in academia, yet they often do so at wages that are far lower than what their tenured counterparts earn.

Campus News

ECMC to Purchase Most Corinthian College Campuses

Corinthian Colleges, Inc., has the distinction for being one of the largest post-secondary education companies in the United States. It also has the dubious distinction for participating in allegedly shady practices.

Campus News

Flat World Knowledge Tosses Free Reading

Tweet Fee structure starts in 2013. It has been said that the, “best things in life are free.” For readers of Flat World Knowledge, the online textbook site, millions of

Campus News

Top 10 Sectors For Great New Jobs

Tweet — UC San Diego study provides guidance — We all know that high employment puts a damper on the economy. It also serves to get people thinking about what


Pell Grants: Your Money Source?

Tweet Finding money for college can make all the difference in the world for many students, funds which can help offset the cost of higher education. College scholarships play an

Campus News

UCLA Students Face Massive 32 Percent Fee Hike

Tweet The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) has approved a massive 32% fee hike that will add $2500 to the cost of education, pushing tuition above the $10,000

Career Planning

Is There A Green Job In Your Future?

Tweet Current college students, recent grads and high school seniors have only to take one look at the job market to understand that many of the jobs that were popular

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California Court Rules Against Tuition Break For Illegals

Tweet Finally, a court has injected some sense into the argument about educating illegal aliens. An appeals court in the state of California ruled earlier this week that a California

Campus News

Is The DREAM Act A California Nightmare?

Tweet A recurring illegal immigration nightmare is once again being visited upon the citizens of California — on legal, law-abiding citizens that is. Pending legislation, commonly known as the “DREAM

Fun News

Dorm Room Stays Offer A Cheap Hotel Alternative

Tweet Traveling is getting expensive thanks to rising fuel and food costs, forcing many travelers to reconsider their plans and look for cheaper options as they hit the road. One

Campus News

Stanford Breaks Ground For New Med Facility

Tweet Stanford University will soon have a new education facility for their School of Medicine, thanks to a contribution from a long time benefactor, Li Ka-shing of Hong Kong. The