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  • For some stellar CPS students, hard work pays off — literally

    For some stellar CPS students, hard work pays off — literally
    Jessica Winters is happy. The graduating valedictorian of Kenwood Academy High School on Chicago's South Side held up a sign saying so in a cheery video made recently by fellow students to the soundtrack of Pharrell Williams' "Happy," along with the...
  • It's Minnesota's longtime tradition vs. Union's youthful exuberance

    PHILADELPHIA Kyle Rau doesn't know much about Union College. You can't really blame the Gophers co-captain. The Dutchmen are relatively new to college hockey's grand stage. Although they've had a Division I hockey program for more than 20 years, they...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut College's Steel House Wins Preservation Award

    The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation has taken notice of the tremendous effort of the college to transform its historic Steel House from a rusty eyesore into a useful building and model of sustainability. The Trust has selected the Steel House...
  • College of Lake County raises tuition rates

    College of Lake County raises tuition rates
    College of Lake County students will pay $6 more in tuition and $3 more in fees per credit hour beginning in this fall, officials have announced. An additional $8 per credit hour will be tacked onto the cost beginning fall 2015, when students will be...
  • NCAA president: Unionizing 'grossly inappropriate'

    ARLINGTON, Texas — NCAA President Mark Emmert said Sunday the unionization of college athletics would be “grossly inappropriate.” “To convert to a unionized employee model is essentially to throw away the entire collegiate...
  • Northwestern ruling could lead athletes paying taxes on scholarships

    Northwestern ruling could lead athletes paying taxes on scholarships
    Northwestern University football players could one day have to pay federal and state taxes on athletic scholarships following a ruling that the student-athletes are employees of the school, but experts say it is too soon to make them worry. In a...
  • Art with a short shelf life

    Art with a short shelf life
    "If you want me again," Walt Whitman once wrote in a famous poem about the regeneration of life, "look for me under your boot-soles." If you want to find Thomas Selzer's art at Orange Coast College, you can look in the same place. Selzer, the college'...
  • With April 15 nearing, here are some valuable tax tips

    If you're like me and have put off doing your taxes until just before the April 15 deadline, you may be looking for any shortcuts to complete your return more quickly. For young filers, Jackie Perlman, a principal tax research analyst with the Tax...
  • Krause Family donates $1 million to Broward College

    Broward College is getting a $1 million donation from the Krause Family Foundation to support its nursing and health sciences programs. Part of the funds will help pay for medical simulation "manikins" that emulate body functions and even appear to...
  • Hope for mudslide survivors 'almost nonexistent' as search continues

    SEATTLE The man often called upon to deliver heartbreaking news to families of mudslide victims says some relatives hold out hope that their loved ones might still be pulled out alive from the rubble. But 12 days after a massive hillside gave way and...
  • Voice of the People, Apr. 07

    Safer neighborhoods I am a parent raising a young child on the South Side of Chicago. Every day I am afraid to go outside my home due to high crime and violence rates. Sometimes I'm even afraid in my home. Our young children are getting murdered,...