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Student Aid Bill of Rights Signed by Obama

Tweet President Barack H. Obama has made good on one of his higher education promises. On Tuesday the president signed a memorandum at Georgia Tech in Atlanta instructing the Department

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Its Championship Weekend for College Football!

Tweet With most regular season games concluded, all eyes are on the various conference championships being staged this weekend. The games should not only be immensely entertaining, but they will

Academics

5 Best Southern Grad Schools for an MBA

Obtaining a Master of Business Administration degree is required by many employers, companies that are seeking to hire the cream of the crop and compensate them accordingly.

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The Top 5 Engineering Schools in the Nation

Tweet College is a necessity in this day and age for each one of us because it is a stepping stone to success in life. But there are some schools

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The Science Of Your NCAA Picks

Tweet The President Announces His Picks President Obama took his turn to make NCAA men’s picks last week, demonstrating just how pervasive this practice really is. Besides the fact that

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Georgia Tech Professors Choose Tourney Favs

Tweet What in the world are some college professors up to? Not class prep, that is for sure! Three professors at Georgia Tech have devised a computer program they have

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College Students Excel In NASA Aircraft Design Competition

Tweet The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently invited 61 students from 14 colleges and universities from around the globe to participate in a design competition to create what

Collegiate Sports NCAA Basketball

Let The Madness Begin!

Tweet March Madness is in full swing with the conference tournaments completed, Selection Sunday behind us, and the first game of the 65-team tournament scheduled for today. What a weird

NCAA Football

Are College Football Coaches Paid Too Much?

Tweet Every year college football coaches are fired, retired or leave for better paying opportunities. Keeping a coach at a school for the long haul is a difficult task for