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With no legislation on the horizon to clear a path for students in the U.S. illegally, Catholic colleges quietly step up efforts to support the undocumented.
Liberal and conservative alike, this year's college freshmen are more tolerant than their predecessors. They're also more academically focused, struggling with finances and worried about job prospects.
Time spent on the job increased sharply from 1970s through 1990s, then held steady until a dramatic drop in 2009, study finds.
Hoping to save money and improve graduation rates, Purdue announces shift from semesters to trimesters.
The sabotage of investment bank recruiting sessions by Ivy League students marks a shift in the protest movement, but it's not one without precedent.
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