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  • Applications for arts scholarships being accepted

    Festival of Arts is accepting scholarship applications from high school seniors who reside in Laguna Beach or attend Laguna Beach High School. The scholarships are awarded to students who excel in film, performing arts, visual arts or writing....
  • Don't Deny Immigrant Students College Aid

    Don't Deny Immigrant Students College Aid
    Here's a depressing truism: Of the scores of thousands of undocumented immigrant students who graduate from American high schools annually, only a tiny percentage continue on to a higher education institution. That's a huge waste of talent potential....
  • Universities press Congress for fewer rules

    Universities press Congress for fewer rules
    Some of the nation's top university officials, including the chancellor of the University System of Maryland, are calling on Congress to roll back what they see as a byzantine and ever-expanding system of federal regulations that is costing schools...
  • UConn President: Proposed Cuts Could Lead To 'Whole Chain Of Bad Things For Students'

    UConn President: Proposed Cuts Could Lead To 'Whole Chain Of Bad Things For Students'
    HARTFORD — UConn President Susan Herbst said Tuesday that layoffs, furlough days, fewer faculty and cuts in academic departments and financial aid for new students are all among the options that would have to be considered under a proposed state...
  • Teachers will dance their way to the top at Mount Dora High School

    Fourteen teachers at Mount Dora High School will participate in the school's sixth annual "Dancing with the Teachers" fundraiser. The event, scheduled for 7 p.m. March 6 in the school's auditorium at 700 N. Highland St., will raise funds for the...
  • Pullman foundation, Bonnie Miller help students finance college

     Pullman foundation, Bonnie Miller help students finance college
    Because she worked her way through college, Barbara "Bonnie" Miller, 61, remembers what it's like to worry about tuition bills, conflicting school and work schedules, and landing a job. Now, she wants to help students cross college money off their worry...
  • South Florida Fair awards $34,000 in scholarships

    South Florida Fair awards $34,000 in scholarships
    Out of 188 applicants, the South Florida Fair has awarded scholarships to 17 high school students who will be able to use the money at any accredited institution. The scholarship program is sponsored by the Palm Beach County Farm Bureau and the Western...
  • Nappier Invites CHET Contest Entries

    Nappier Invites CHET Contest Entries
    NEW BRITAIN - State Treasurer Denise Nappier is promoting this year's CHET Dream Big competition, which is open to youngsters from kindergarten to grade eight. Schools and students across Connecticut can participate in the drawing and essay contest....
  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley Residents

    Zachary Cohen, Esq., has been recently installed as the new Presdident of the Bar Association of Lehigh County, 2015-2016 term. Zach is currently a partner at Lesavoy Butz & Seitz LLC in Allentown. Zachary, a native of Allentown, has a broad-based...
  • Obama weighs college tuition as a president and a dad

    Obama weighs college tuition as a president and a dad
    He's getting sappy on college campuses, wringing his hands about his tuition savings plan and waxing nostalgic about his own years as an undergraduate. President Obama is hurtling toward a deadline that looms over him much like the end of his time in...
  • OCC gives public a look at development plans

    OCC gives public a look at development plans
    Orange Coast College opened its doors in 1948, when a loaf of bread cost around 10 cents and the Costa Mesa campus served 500 students. But enrollment has swelled to around 22,000 today, and college officials are planning for continued growth with a...