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  • Avon VFW Post Sponsors Contests In Schools

    AVON — The Gildo Consolini Post 3272 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has announced that it is sponsoring public speaking and essay contests for students from Avon and Canton who are in middle and high school. In both contests, the deadline for...
  • 'Anything but law school' for suburban teacher

    'Anything but law school' for suburban teacher
    Not going to law school really paid off for Louise Kelly. Kelly, a 37-year-old music teacher, is the winner of the inaugural "Anything but Law School" scholarship from local attorney Matthew Willens. "Oh my gosh, I'm elated," said Kelly, who teaches...
  • How will generous gift to high school graduate affect financial aid?

    How will generous gift to high school graduate affect financial aid?
    Dear Liz: Our grandson's stellar high school performance and his family financial situation were such that he was admitted to his state university with grants sufficient to pay all school fees, including room and board, with no loans or work-study. His...
  • USOC corrects DeVry tuition issue for bobsledder

    USOC corrects DeVry tuition issue for bobsledder
    Three years ago, the United States Olympic Committee announced a sponsorship deal with DeVry University to provide either full scholarships or discounted tuition in programs for Olympic athletes at the for-profit school and its Keller Graduate School of...
  • Free Speech and free tuition on campus

    I'm going back to the Berkeley campus next week for the 50th reunion of the Free Speech Movement. You may have heard in some history class about Mario Savio and the first student sit-in of the '60s. That was us FSMers at Berkeley. It will be a little...
  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    The Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants recently awarded an annual $2,000 scholarship to Morgan L. Stewart of Whitehall. Stewart is a student member of the PICPA, the Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business,...
  • Cooperative extensions reinvent themselves for the 21st century

    For most of the past 15 years, Seth Wilner was the go-to guy for any and all questions about growing plants and animals in Sullivan County, N.H. "Used to be, someone in my county called up and said, 'I have a llama and two goats, can you come out and...
  • Student loan debt is not just a young person's problem

    Think long and hard before taking on debt to pay for your child's college education. Those loans could come back to haunt you in your retirement years. A look at new data from two reports suggests that many aging baby boomer parents are having trouble...
  • University's school of human ecology focuses on problems of life

    MADISON, Wis. It is perhaps the least understood school on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. And yet it aims to be the hub of problem-solving for some of the most basic issues of life how to mindfully raise a child, how to design products and...
  • Pamela Yip: Student loan debt can jeopardize seniors' retirement

    At first glance, the news appears good: Comparatively few households headed by older Americans carry student debt compared with other types of debt, according to a new report. The U.S. Government Accountability Office found that about 3 percent of...
  • Startup helps new college grads prep for that first real job

    After Ian Harvey graduated from Western Washington University this summer, he was unsure just how to land his first job in his field of communications. Sending out resumes seemed like an exercise in futility, and Harvey didn't know how to get his foot in...