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Massachusetts Colleges Consider Merging

Much has been made in the news lately about the pending demise of Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Indeed, that all-women college in local Virginia stunned students, faculty and alumnae earlier this month when the administration announced that the school would shutter its doors at the end of this academic year.

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For-Profit Colleges Fight Back Against Obama Administration Ruling

For-profit colleges have been battling negative publicity for some time, including various Obama administration rules such as a new “gainful employment regulation” that they say violates federal law.

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University of Michigan: US Roads Are Safer

American highways and byways take the lives of tens of thousands of people each year. A number of factors are at play here including: drunk driving, inexperienced drivers and poor road conditions.

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What a C.S. Lewis College Could Look Like

Tweet The organizers of C.S. Lewis College believe that they have a model for educational success that will one day become a reality. That school is a vision of the

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Wheaton Speaker Cites Wrong College

Tweet Ann Curry confuses Wheaton institutions Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts recently celebrated its 175th commencement, welcoming NBC news anchor and journalist Ann Curry to the school to address its

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Is Your College A Good Neighbor?

Tweet People who live in university towns usually understand the impact that these schools have on their communities. For some towns the university is it – the largest employer and

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New Hampshire Approves First Ever History Only College

Tweet The American College of History and Legal Studies (ACHLS) has gained approval from the state of New Hampshire to open its doors in August 2010 becoming the first ever