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The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, also known as DKE, sued Wesleyan University after  its members were told they wouldn’t be allowed to live in their house next school year.
5/29/2015
Gender equity or a move to shutter traditional fraternities?
While it can be risky for people with physical disabilities to navigate between facilities outdoors, tunnels on campuses such as Wright State U allow for smooth building-to-building movement.
4/30/2015
Addressing need-to-know and curious-about questions related to pedestrian passageways and maintenance tunnels below campus
1/21/2015
Plan could cost $60 billion over 10 years
In 2013, nearly seven in 10 borrowers owed less than $25,000 in college debt, according to the College Board. (Click to enlarge)
1/2/2015
With students having borrowed $106 billion, total debt for 2013-14 is down by $8.7 billion

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8/1/2013
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7/1/2013

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