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Manual Labor, All Night Long: The Reality of Paying for College

LOUISVILLE, Ky.–Most college students are busy. But Alexis McLin’s schedule is even more jam-packed than the average student’s. One day last week, for instance, she attended a lab from 3 p.m. to 6:45, went to dinner with her mother, and then at midnight went in to work at UPS, where she sorts packages from midnight

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UPDATED: HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES (HBCU) PROGRAM FY 2014 Mandatory Awards and Regular Awards

FY2014HBCUMandatoryAwardsPDF FY2014HBCURegularAwards PDF Strengthening HBCU Awards Part B/F

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C’Evon Jones is the first indoor national champion in Virginia Union history

t took C’Evon Jones 7.35 seconds to make it into the Virginia Union history books. Jones won the 60 meter dash at the Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships in Birmingham, Ala., on March 14, becoming the first indoor national champion in school history. Jones’ is the school’s first national title since the men’s

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158 Private Colleges Fail Government’s Financial-Responsibility Test

By one measure at least, the 2012-13 academic year was a healthier year financially for private colleges than 2011-12 was. Fewer degree-granting colleges missed the passing mark on the Department of Education’s financial-responsibility test that year, according to a Chronicle analysis of data the department released Thursday night. A total of 158 private colleges—108 of them nonprofit,

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Alexander’s Higher Ed Act Agenda

WASHINGTON — The leading Republican in the Senate who is working on a rewrite of the Higher Education Act is weighing new ways to hold colleges accountable for their students’ success and is considering a federal database to keep track of student outcomes. Senator Lamar Alexander on Monday released three policy papers outlining ideas on making colleges

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Pinson’s attorney: Forfeit $74,100 not $350K

In a letter filed in U.S. District Court on Monday, attorneys for a former South Carolina State University board chairman make their case that Jonathan Pinson should forfeit no more than $74,100. Federal prosecutors say Pinson should forfeit $352,843.02. The two sides met before U.S. District Judge David Norton on March 11 to argue the amount

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