Emily Tate

Emily Tate, Reporting Intern, has previously reported for The Huffington Post’s politics team and The Columbus Dispatch. Her work has been published by the Associated Press and featured in over 60 newspapers nationwide. She is a graduate of Miami University, where she earned degrees in journalism and international studies.

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February 22, 2017
More than 20 percent of most recent high school class nationally has taken and passed at least one exam.
February 21, 2017
The South Carolina Secessionist Party mounted Confederate flags on top of five buildings in Charleston on Sunday to protest a speaking event planned for this week at the College of Charleston maybe: "to protest a speaking event planned for this week at the College...-sj FIXEDlater this week, The Post and Courier reported. 
February 21, 2017
A series of anti-Semitic incidents on the University of Minnesota’s campus have prompted an investigation by campus police, The Star Tribune
February 16, 2017
The Rutgers University Business School has apologized after a number of students were turned away from its annual career fair last week due to a newly instituted dres
February 13, 2017
Recent violent protests by off-campus anarchist groups, most notably at Berkeley, are sparking renewed conversations among college law enforcement officials about campus preparedness.
February 13, 2017
A student at Creighton University was cut in the neck by another student in a campus dormitory early Saturday morning, The Omaha World-Herald reported. Teresa Spagna, the 18-year-old female who was sliced with a knife, did not suffer life-threatening injuries but was taken to the hospital, Omaha police officials told the World-Herald.
February 13, 2017
An instructor at Galveston College in Texas resigned last week after a student claimed the instructor was trying to help him cheat on upcoming tests, Click2Houston.com reported. Robert Shields, director of the electrical and electronics technology program at the community college, sent the student copies of tests and correct answers to those tests, the student said.
February 13, 2017
A professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine lost his research privileges there after eight of his scientific journal articles were retracted for incomplete or unreliable information, The Baltimore Sun reported. In January, six of Anil Jaiswal’s articles were retracted from the Journal of Biological Chemistry. The other two were retracted in 2014.
February 13, 2017
A state appeals court ruled last week that Kean University in New Jersey violated the state’s Open Public Meetings Act when its Board of Trustees declined to renew a professor’s contract without first warning her of the decision, NJ.com reported.
February 13, 2017
A recent New Jersey appeals court decision may help parents navigate the legal requirements of contributing to their children’s college tuition payments, The Courier-Post reported. Until the ruling last Thursday, a divorced couple in New Jersey had been required to help with their emancipated daughter’s college tuition. But the three-judge panel threw out a previous ruling and ordered a new hearing for the case.

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