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  • Headed To UConn This Weekend? Read This First

    Headed To UConn This Weekend? Read This First
    With students moving out for the summer, construction underway, and families headed in to campus attend a series of commencement festivities, traffic at the University of Connecticut Storrs campus could be problematic this weekend, university officials...
  • Editorials from around New York

    Recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers: The Glen Falls Post-Star on whether state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos should resign after his indictment May 6 It is hard to know where to begin when articulating...
  • GSU gala features 'Taste of the Center'

    GSU gala features 'Taste of the Center'
    Five dining courses and five live performances are on the menu at Governors State University. Proceeds from the inaugural Taste of the Center Gala on May 29 in University Park will benefit GSU's Center for Performing Arts' programs. "One of the most...
  • Your neighbors

    Student recognized for impact on campus Michael Ogunyemi, of Owings Mills, was among 130 students recognized by Lebanon Valley College, in Annville, Pa., at the school's Celebration of Student Success reception April 7. Honorees at the event were...
  • LAUSD college prep rule puts nearly 75% of 10th graders' diplomas at risk

    LAUSD college prep rule puts nearly 75% of 10th graders' diplomas at risk
    As many as three-quarters of Los Angeles 10th-graders are at risk of being denied diplomas by graduation because they are not on track to meet rigorous new college prep class requirements. This has prompted some in the L.A. Unified School District,...
  • President of small Ohio college says he's stepping down

    The president of a small, western Ohio liberal arts college says he's stepping down when his contract expires in December. The Dayton Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/1H0ujhP ) Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt announced his decision Tuesday....
  • Grant to help WSSU students prepare for medical degrees

    The National Institutes of Health has awarded Winston-Salem State University a five-year grant totaling $2.3 million to help undergraduate students compete for graduate programs leading to Ph.D., medical degrees or a combination of both. The grant is...
  • WWII hero gets honorary doctorate at FAU

    WWII hero gets honorary doctorate at FAU
    The well-known twinkle in his eye was working overtime before Irwin Stovroff got to do something he never did before at 92. "I'm still making news," he said, jokingly, wearing academic garb before joining the procession at one of Florida Atlantic...
  • St. John's College to hold 223rd commencement on Sunday

    A total of 101 seniors will receive diplomas at St. John's College's 223rd commencement ceremony on Sunday. The ceremony will take place on the college's front lawn at 10:30 a.m. Nineteen students in the Graduate Institute will receive master's degrees....
  • Beleaguered CSCU Leaders Slows Down "Transform," Disbands Faculty Committee

    Beleaguered CSCU Leaders Slows Down "Transform," Disbands Faculty Committee
    The beleaguered leader of the Connecticut State College & Universities system has decided to slow down progress on the system’s improvement plan known as Transform CSCU 2020 and to disband the steering committee made up largely of faculty that had...
  • Hundreds pack State House for public budget hearing

    Hundreds of New Hampshire residents flooded the State House on Tuesday to advocate for more state spending on substance abuse treatment, services for people with developmental disabilities and mental illness, the university system and more. "(My...