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October 16, 2017
A measure that would cover the first year of community college was signed into law on Friday, the Los Angeles Times reported. Whether the colleges are funded for that first year, however, is dependent on securing funding in the state budget for next year.
October 16, 2017
When Albright College football player Gyree Durante took a knee during the national anthem before an Oct. 7 game, he knew he was breaking a team agreement. He soon found himself kicked off the team altogether.
October 16, 2017
Sonoma State University President Judy Sakaki and her husband, Patrick McCallum, lost their home last week in the wildfires ravaging California. The house, however, was the least of their worries as they were running for help at 4 a.m., with nothing in sight but more fires. They recounted their experience in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle.
October 16, 2017
University of Cincinnati will let the white supremacist speak. Ohio State, citing safety concerns, is “considering other alternatives.”
October 16, 2017
Here’s a textbook example of why not to judge a professor on a quick video clip.
October 13, 2017
College students are more narcissistic than older people. But, perhaps young people always have been narcissistic, and it’s not so much a generational problem as it is a problem of youth, research suggests.
October 12, 2017
Columbia students prevent British anti-Islam activist from talking via video. Michigan students block part of Charles Murray talk.
October 12, 2017
Some Kennesaw State cheerleaders took a knee during the national anthem. The next week, a change to the pregame ceremonies kept them off the field. Albright College kicks off the team a football player who took a knee.
October 11, 2017
Texas Tech student was running afoul of new law, but critics of the pro-gun policy say officers should be the only ones with firearms, legally or not.
October 10, 2017
Researchers studying research have found that some research proposals can be ineffective for research at large, according to new research. Funding proposals that require scientists to declare what about their project will be “transformative” to their field can set back the field as a whole, according to a study from Oregon State University researchers. Sarah Gravem, a postdoctoral scholar in integrative biology and lead author of the study, said asking scientists to attempt to shift the paradigm in every proposal is not only unrealistic, but potentially harmful.


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