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Colleges and Universities

News, articles and information about higher education and preparing to apply to institutions of higher learning. Other issues include college loans, grants, scholarships and the admissions process.
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Top Colleges and Universities Articles

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  • Report: Scott wants universities to give back unspent construction money

     
    Public universities have been grumbling for years about a shortage of construction money. But now they're also being asked to give back some of the state funding they haven't spent on projects that had already been authorized, according to an article in ...
  • Oakton naturalist takes nature to a new level

     
    Winter may be the dormant season, but it's the busiest time of the year for Oakton Community College naturalist and groundskeeper Ken Schaefer. When he’s …...
  • Harvard’s Science + Cooking lectures: Now playing on iTunes U

     
    Now on iTunes U: Science + Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter, a video lecture series from Harvard that “discusses concepts from the physical sciences that underpin both everyday cooking and haute cuisine.”...
  • UCLA's plans to sell Japenese garden stirs un-Zen-like uproar

     
    The decision by UCLA to sell the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden in Bel-Air stirs anger by garden conservancy groups and Carter's family, although the sell could net $15 million for the university....
  • Planned McDonalds divides health-conscious Loma Linda

     
    News that the first McDonalds was coming to health-conscious Loma Linda has triggered enough political reflux to put City Hall on the defensive....
  • Science Olympiad invades Crystal Lake

     
    Engineering enthusiasts from schools across the state invaded Crystal Lake Central High School Saturday for the annual Science Olympiad Invitational. A total of 38 teams …...
  • Art review: 'It Happened at Pomona, Part II' at Pomona College

     
    Christopher Knight reviews "It Happened at Pomona, Part II: Helene Winer," a PST show at Pomona College Museum of Art....
  • Senate panel advances ethics bill that bars lawmakers from university jobs

     
    By Kathleen Haughney, Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE — A panel of lawmakers voted Monday to crack down on perceived sweetheart deals that lawmakers get with public colleges and universities as a result of the legislative service. The Senate Ethics...
  • ArtsQuest's new high school band competition will move to a different beat

     
    ArtsQuest will offer a high school band competition with a twist. Or should we say with a jazz? High school jazz groups from New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania will square off at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem in......
  • Stetson purchases DeLand apartment complex

     
    Stetson University has purchased a local apartment complex, which it plans to renovate and open as student housing in August, the private college in Volusia County announced today. Stetson bought the Stetson Cove apartments, located at 315 W. Pennsylvania...
  • CSU starts to see the light on pay

     
    California State University trustees backed down Tuesday from their long-planned, much-amended and nevertheless unacceptable proposal for setting salaries for campus presidents....