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Indiana University To Roll Out Student Financial Literacy Program

Indiana University says it's rolling out a financial literacy program to give students the tools to complete college without excessive debt.

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Community College Of Baltimore County Tobacco Ban Part Of Larger Trend In Schools

The Community College of Baltimore County plans to snuff out tobacco use on its campuses starting July 1, continuing a trend already found at many other schools in the Baltimore area.

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GVSU's Response To Student Who Wanted Guinea Pig In Campus Apartment Was Misguided, Lawsuit Says

Grand Valley State University attempted to “limit the rights” of students when it failed to follow federal guidelines by not accommodating a student who asked to keep a guinea pig in her campus apartment for emotional support.

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Anheuser-Busch to pay U of Iowa $185,000

As part of logo deal, company will help fund anti-binge-drinking programs.

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Proposed 'Bill Of Rights' For Student Athletes Draws University Opposition

Four California universities with big-time sports programs are fighting a legislative effort that could radically change the way schools recruit, educate and retain student athletes.

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Sexual Harassment Complaint Against Yale Is Settled

Yale University, the target of a federal civil rights investigation over complaints it failed to properly handle sexual misconduct and a sexually hostile environment on campus, reached a settlement Friday with the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.

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Removing The Barriers To Higher Education For Homeless And Foster Youth (Opinion)

At this time of year we hear heartwarming stories about homeless kids who manage to graduate from college. Those kids are few and far between.

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Utah Students Attacked On Humanitarian Trip Say Risks Are Real

Women speak out after another HELP International volunteer is assaulted.

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Two UW-Stevens Point Students Survive 9 Days In New Zealand Wilderness

Two U.S. students trapped in the New Zealand wilderness by a snowstorm trekked back out to safety after surviving their nine-day ordeal by rationing their meager supplies of trail mix and warming themselves in hot springs.

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Report: '05 Syracuse Probe Found No Abuse Evidence

A 2005 investigation ordered by Syracuse University into sex-abuse allegations against a former assistant men's basketball coach found no witnesses who believed the accuser's story.

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