Lauren Ingeno

Lauren Ingeno, Editorial Intern, graduated from Pennsylvania State University in May 2013 with a degree in journalism and English. At Penn State, Lauren served as a staff writer and a copy editor at The Daily Collegian. During spring break of her senior year, Lauren traveled to Shanghai with a group of Penn State journalism students, where she wrote about China’s changing higher education system. She was a copy-editing intern at The Philadelphia Inquirer and a collegiate correspondent for USA TODAY College. Lauren grew up outside of West Philadelphia and misses Wawa convenience stores. She enjoys watching “Game of Thrones” and re-watching “The Wire.”

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July 16, 2013
Amid newsroom cutbacks and a rapidly changing media landscape, journalism schools are trying to find ways to adapt. USC is crunching a two-year master's into nine months. At Columbia, the concentration requirement will be eliminated.
July 12, 2013
Suit charges retirement giant with holding on to gains made as professors were shutting down accounts.
July 12, 2013
The U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations passed a 2014 spending bill Thursday that largely reflects one approved two days earlier by the subcommittee that allocates funds for education, with one notable difference: the subcommittee’s version of the bill would have allocated $400 million to the Race to the Top program, while the full committee slashed that amount by $150 million.
July 10, 2013
A program is helping low-income students at seven community colleges discover new avenues of financial support, in hopes of increasing college completion.
July 10, 2013
A Senate subcommittee on Tuesday approved a fiscal year 2014 spending bill that supports the launch of a “Race to the Top” program focusing on college affordability and calls for a significant increase in funding for the National Institutes of Health.
July 8, 2013
Law school at Washington University St. Louis offered "exploding" scholarships to top applicants. As applications decline, law schools are under greater pressure than ever to keep the credentials of incoming classes high.
July 3, 2013
Review board at University of New Mexico finds no evidence to back tenured professor's claim that his fat-shaming tweet was research.    
July 3, 2013
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker vetoed a budget provision on Sunday that would have kicked the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism off of the University of Wisconsin’s campus and barred any university employee from working with the nonprofit group.
July 3, 2013
Colleges are partnering with a tech startup that aims to make voting and voter registration a no-brainer.
July 2, 2013
Grad students at the University of Minnesota protest against a potential partnership with the nonprofit organization.


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