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Part-time college support staff ratify first deal
20,000 part-time support workers at Ontario's colleges have voted to ratify their first-ever collective agreement. "OPSEU and this large group of workers fought for years for the legislated right to join a union. We won that fight and now these workers have an excellent first contract to show for it
Clay Community Schools receive grant to encourage college educations
BRAZIL, Ind. (WTHI)- JJ Siddons is one of many seniors at Northview High School who is eager to graduate. Her focus is turning to college. "My parents did not go to college and my brothers didn't finish college because they got full-time jobs. Its nerve racking because I want to finish college," sai
Butte sees 10 percent lower enrollment, steps up to help students in wake of Camp Fire. Mykayla Moron was out of the area for her stepfather’s funeral when she heard about the Camp Fire on Nov. 8. She tried rushing back to her Paradise home, but it was too late. Her house and everything in it were l
UMKC welcomes first openly gay college wrestler
The first openly gay college wrestler, Justice Horn, was welcomed into the Roo family this 2019 spring semester. Horn first attended Northern State University, located in South Dakota, where he studied business administration and competed as a NCAA wrestler.
The importance of voting : college edition
As many of us are Mississippi State University students, we are aware of the occasional prompt to participate in polls directly affecting us as a student body. For example, some of you may know when last semester a poll was released asking students for their thoughts on the grading scale at MSU. The
Local students named to college honors lists
Thank you for being one of our most loyal readers. Please consider supporting community journalism by subscribing. Erin Binkley of Nashville was named to the dean’s list at Rochester Institute of Technology for the fall 2018 semester, according to a news release. Binkley is in the American Sign Lang
Workshop to prepare students for college pathway
This Monday, Feb. 25, the Estes Valley Library and the Estes Park School District are co-sponsoring an event that works to prepare students and young people for their pathway to college.
Freshman college football player dies after stabbing
Aaran Porter, a 18-year-old freshman football player at Bakersfield College, has died from injuries sustained during a large fight in the 7400 block of District Boulevard in southwest Bakersfield, Calif, earlier this month.
Rockford Career College
They have something for everyone! Get into one of their programs and get your certificate in 10 months! We'll hear from Michael O'Herron, Campus President and Danielle Harriott, Dean of Students as they share what makes Rockford Career College.
Week 3 storylines and matchups to watch in college lacrosse
Welcome to Week 3 of the 2019 college lacrosse season. By the end of business on Sunday, all 73 Division I teams will have played at least one game. The Cornell Big Red and Hampton Pirates open up shop this weekend, while the seasons continue for everyone else.
Bennett College loses accreditation
Despite a high-profile two month fundraising drive that raised almost $10 million, Bennett college has lost its accreditation. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools announced its decision Friday, saying the college had come to the end of its two-year probation without being able to demons
College Baseball Roundup
(Undated) -- Rain, sleet and hail postponed the game between defending College World Series champion Oregon State and Nebraska in Surprise, Arizona. The game has been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader today at Surprise Stadium. The Beavers are 4-and-0. The Oregon Ducks will play Saint Mary's tod
Breaking down ESPN 's proposed college football trades
The NCAA Transfer portal — and the easing up on the waiver process — has changed college football this offseason, bringing it closer to the brink of free agency than ever. But even if transfers are eventually deregulated, one thing that will always separate college football from the professional ran
Queens College Named Best Value College By Princeton Review
For the fourth time in six years, Queens College has been selected as a Best Value College by The Princeton Review. The prominent education services company featured Queens College among 200 schools in its 2019 rankings. There was no hierarchal ranking among the 200 schools featured. Queens has been
College Credit Plus informational session planned for Belmont College
ST. CLAIRSVILLE – Belmont College will be hosting a College Credit Plus informational session on Thursday, Feb. 21 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Main Campus location in St. Clairsville.
Feb. 22 Friday Night Frenzy : District basketball , college softball recap
Grant County will play Shiloh Christian Saturday at 6 p.m. and New Salem-Almont will play Flasher at 7:30 p.m. In Saturday's semifinal round, Wilton-Wing will play Max, and Underwood will play Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky.
ESCONDIDO COLLEGE NEWS
News of Escondido students attending college here, there and everywhere!. Several Escondido residents made the academic Dean’s List at Azusa Pacific University. These students are honored for a fall 2018 grade-point average of 3.5 or better. They are joined by 1,976 students receiving the same honor
Clark College hosts food summit
VANCOUVER — Clark College will host “Growing Our Future” on Fri., Feb. 22, to explore issues within the local food system and possibilities for new curriculum at the college to support this region’s food-producing industries.
Racial incident on local college campus sparks conversation
A local college student is speaking out after saying he was subjected to a racial epithet on campus on the night of the Super Bowl earlier this month. Bryant University senior Quinton Law, a member of the football team says a woman hurled the “N” word at him as he was walking on the Smithfield campu
Allston in 2019 : from Rock City to college neighborhood
The exterior of Great Scott could most generously be described as understated. Allston’s favorite 240-person music venue does not have a marquee. There is no fluorescent sign inviting patrons in; the only thing that distinguishes Great Scott from the banks and Thai restaurants that line the rest of