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Colleges and Universities

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  • IU-Bloomington may freeze undergraduate in-state tuition

    Indiana University President Michael McRobbie has recommended freezing undergraduate tuition rates for the next two years for Indiana residents attending the main campus in Bloomington, the school announced Wednesday. McRobbie also recommended the IU...
  • Senate Passes 'Yes Means Yes' Bill Targeting Sexual Assault

    Senate Passes 'Yes Means Yes' Bill Targeting Sexual Assault
    HARTFORD — The Senate, in an effort to tackle the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, passed a bill that would require college students to give affirmative consent before having sex. In other words, they would have to say or indicate...
  • UCF freezes tuition, other costs for upcoming year

    UCF freezes tuition, other costs for upcoming year
    Here is good news for UCF students: The university is planning to freeze tuition, as well as room and board and other fees, for the 2015-16 school year. University of Central Florida trustees are meeting Thursday to approve a $1.49 billion budget, and...
  • Biden urges Yale grads to question judgment, not motives

    Vice President Joe Biden urged graduating Yale University students on Sunday to avoid questioning the motives of others in the search for common ground. At a time when critics say Washington, D.C., is hamstrung by partisanship and an inability to...
  • Funeral planners come from new paths

    Many students study hospitality management and dream of becoming a wedding planner or running their own grandiose hotel someday. But some head down an unexpected career path: funeral planning. "We kind of joke it's like planning a wedding, but you...
  • As lawmakers battle budget deadline, impact becomes clearer

    As Minnesota lawmakers scrambled Sunday to piece together the state's next budget before a fast-approaching deadline, the impact of the roughly $42 billion package on residents started coming into focus, and the prospect of an overtime session for...
  • W.Va. students to learn about leadership at conference

    West Virginia college students will learn about leadership during a conference this week at Jackson's Mill. The annual West Virginia Student Leadership Conference begins Monday and runs through Wednesday. More than 75 students from the state's two-year...
  • Biden Offers Advice To Yale Graduates

    Biden Offers Advice To Yale Graduates
    NEW HAVEN — Vice President Joe Biden urged graduating Yale University students on Sunday to avoid questioning the motives of others in the search for common ground. At a time when critics say that Washington, D.C., is hamstrung by partisanship and...
  • Sweet Briar's keynote speaker slams closing at commencement

    A visitor to Sweet Briar College would be hard-pressed to find signs of the financial stress that is shuttering the tiny women's school. Twenty-one buildings on the 3,250-acre campus are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Days before...
  • Deaths of students recalled during Notre Dame graduation

    The University of Notre Dame provost told graduating students the death of a classmate along with two other students who died during the school year are reminders their futures are not guaranteed. The South Bend Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1FmxONh)...
  • UConn To Break Ground On New Downtown Hartford Campus

    UConn To Break Ground On New Downtown Hartford Campus
    HARTFORD (AP) — The University of Connecticut is breaking ground Monday on a new campus in downtown Hartford. A ceremony is planned to mark the start of construction for a campus that will be anchored by the former Hartford Times building. Classes...