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  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    Aaron Rosengarten of Easton, Rachel Ann Cimera of Bethlehem, Carla Garis and Steven Davanzo of Roseto, students at Northampton Community College have been chosen for the All- Pennsylvania Academic Team. They were selected from among students at...
  • Organize a blood drive to earn cash for college

    The American Red Cross is encouraging young people, ages 16 to 24, to host a blood drive this summer, between June 1 and Aug. 31. Students who participate in the Leaders Save Lives program will be eligible for a drawing for a $2,500 scholarship; there...
  • Robert Morris U. gaming squad makes N. American championships

    Robert Morris U. gaming squad makes N. American championships
    Less than a year ago, Robert Morris University announced it was starting the nation's first athletic scholarship program for video gamers, and since then, the downtown Chicago college has seen its profile soar like a rocket. Media outlets from Time...
  • ITT Educational faces SEC charges of student loan cover-up

    ITT Educational Services is facing charges that it duped investors by concealing huge losses on loans made to students attending the company's for-profit colleges scattered across the country, including three in Illinois. The alleged scheme outlined in a...
  • Trying to find win-win with student loans

    Trying to find win-win with student loans
    The purpose of this Letter to the Editor is to encourage a dialogue on how we, as a country, might help our college graduates pay their student loan debt. Is it possible to think of a win-win way to help our college graduates pay their student loan...
  • Bethel's Daniel Gregory signs soccer grant with Barton College

    Bethel's Daniel Gregory signs soccer grant with Barton College
    When it comes to soccer, Bethel is usually an afterthought. But Bruins midfielder Daniel Gregory hopes to change that by signing with Barton College, a Division II program in Wilson, N.C. According to Bruins athletic director Ray Smith, Gregory is the...
  • School Notes: Academic achievements of residents in Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County

    The following students from Severna Park were recognized at the 2015 Honors Convocation at Wittenberg University: Emmaline Higgins was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society that seeks to recognize and encourage scholarship among...
  • Smithfield High senior one of 1,000 to earn Gates Millennium Scholarship

    A Smithfield High student has been recognized as one of the best and brightest by none other than the foundation of Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Maiya Picott of Smithfield was chosen as one of 1,000 recipients of the Gates Millennium Scholarship, a...
  • Catching up with American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco

    Catching up with American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco
    Spring is in full bloom and so are football meetings. The American Athletic Conference spring meetings are scheduled to start in a few weeks in Key Biscayne, FL. We caught up with conference commissioner Mike Aresco for a brief chat about how the American...
  • Everest University changes course

    Everest University changes course
    Instead of the usual yearly college tuition hike, Everest University in Pompano Beach has changed direction — cutting tuition prices 20 percent across the board. Some students are also seeing portions of their loans forgiven, while others are...
  • Don't rely on passbook account to build college savings

    Parking money in a passbook savings account may be a simple, effective way to save for the family's summer trip or for Christmas gifts, but as a college savings strategy it's only slightly more practical than stuffing dollars under the mattress. A...