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  • Retiring Muhlenberg College president says millennials are more fragile

    Retiring Muhlenberg College president says millennials are more fragile
    Muhlenberg College President Peyton "Randy" Helm is stepping down from his post after leading the college for 12 years. Under Helm's tenure, the Allentown liberal arts college's financial position strengthened along with its academic profile. As the...
  • Gov't plans to erase student debt for Corinthian students

    Gov't plans to erase student debt for Corinthian students
    The federal government will erase much of the debt of students who attended the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges, officials announced Monday, as part of a new plan that could cost taxpayers as much as $3.6 billion. Corinthian Colleges was one of the...
  • Susan Tompor: Will you end up with student loan debt and no degree?

    When thinking about college debt, the big worry tends to be: Will a paycheck follow the college diploma? And will that job cover everyday bills, as well as monthly student loan payments? But as the high school graduation celebrations wind down and the...
  • From grit to graduation: A high school senior's journey from homelessness to college

    From grit to graduation: A high school senior's journey from homelessness to college
    Ariel Eleam had just started her senior year in Charles County before she had to leave both her school and home. The 16-year-old's decision was effectively made for her. Ariel and her mother, Denita Eleam, were living with Denita's boyfriend. Then the...
  • Ohio city officials plan for new bus station and bus depot

    A new bus station and bus depot may be coming to a southwest Ohio city as part of a $26 million transportation project. The Butler County Regional Transit Authority has submitted a grant application calling for a transit station to be built at Miami...
  • Manchester Valley High grad excelled in variety of roles

    Manchester Valley High grad excelled in variety of roles
    There are a number of important qualities that define the ideal Manchester Valley High School student, according to Principal Ken Fischer, and Mayson Lawyer exemplifies them all. "As we reflect on what it means to be a Maverick and the different...
  • Franklin S. Gladhill

    Franklin S. Gladhill
    Franklin S. Gladhill, a Frederick County farmer and community leader whose philanthropic interests included education, hospitals, scholarships and programs that promoted advanced agricultural education, died in his sleep of unknown causes May 27 at his...
  • Ohio State to offer new grants to 12,400 in-state undergrads

    Ohio State University says 12,400 students will qualify for new need-based grants next year as part of the school's effort to make it more affordable to low- and middle-income families. The Columbus Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/1MaKqb0 ) the grants of...
  • Irvine Valley gives out more than $202,000 at awards ceremony

    Irvine Valley College held its 30th annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony May 21 and gave approximately $202,325 to 237 students. Recipients are students at Irvine Valley, transfers or high school students who are enrolled in the Early College program's...
  • The Crowd: Bay Club's 1221 auxiliary hands out $149,000 in scholarships

    The Crowd: Bay Club's 1221 auxiliary hands out $149,000 in scholarships
    What began more than 15 years ago as an instrument of community involvement for a small contingent of Newport-Mesa women who came together for social networking, crossed the million dollar threshold of giving last week in Newport Beach. The women of...
  • City's youth summer jobs program needs $1.5 million to meet demand

    City's youth summer jobs program needs $1.5 million to meet demand
    Nijah Bryant, a 22-year-old from a rough part of West Baltimore, is ambitious, good with numbers and on a path toward a career in the hospitality industry. But for years he struggled to get employers to see his potential. After leaving college to help...