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Third Seattle college boy died from injuries sustained in a summer car accident

Leo Maddox Schneider, 13, and three other boys were in a car that spilled on Highway 970 near Cle Elum on August 27. The driver of the car was charged with homicide and assault. By Seattle Times reporter A third… Continue Reading →

Western Nevada College has 373 in the fall

Western Nevada College has announced one of its largest lists of deans in years. The Dean's list of the fall of 2018 includes 373 students, representing 31.1% of college full-time students. To earn the distinction of being on WNC's Dean's… Continue Reading →

Ursinus College Professor: Students want to be treated like children

Professor Jonathan Marks of Ursinus College recently stated in a column that students wanted to be treated like children. He sneakily suggests that Fresno University, which has adopted a new policy to be like other students, should adopt Barney, the… Continue Reading →

New McMaster Proposal Could Freeze Tuition Fees at SC College

The end of tuition rates at colleges and universities in South Carolina could be threatened. South American Governor Henry McMaster proposes to increase recurring funding for higher education by 6% in exchange for colleges not raising tuition fees or fees…. Continue Reading →

McAuliffe: I do not want Democrats to make "false promises" like a free college

BY: Cameron Cawthorne To follow @@ Cam_Cawthorne January 14, 2019 14h56 Former Democratic governor Terry McAuliffe (Virginia) said Monday that he did not want Democrats to embark on the election campaign in 2020 making "false promises" as a free university…. Continue Reading →

Nebraska vs Indiana odds, line: college basketball choice, model predictions on a roll of 22-8

N ° 22 Indiana (12-4, 3-2 Big Ten) should return to the track Monday at home after consecutive losses in conference, but the competition will not be much easier against Nebraska (12-4, 2-3 Big Ten) at 6:30 pm Council and… Continue Reading →

Lessons Learned: Seven Things to Remember from the 2018 College Football Season

The 2018 season is in the books, and the Clemson Tigers stood at the top of the hill after becoming the first 15-0 team in modern university football history and garnish Alabama 44-16 at the National University Football Playoff Championship…. Continue Reading →

Nazarene College East organizes Special Olympics Basketball Games

QUINCY – Dozens of kids got closer to their peers through sports during a series of Special Olympics Unified Sports basketball games at Eastern Nazarene College on Saturday morning. "The idea of ​​sport is to bring people together, so this… Continue Reading →

A college student, one of two teenagers killed in the accident in Antioch

ANTIOCH – A 13-year-old college student from Oakley was one of two teenagers killed in a car crash Friday night in Antioch, her father said. According to her father, Jay Lightner, Jaia Lightner, an eighth-grader at Delta Vista College, has… Continue Reading →

Hockey College: St. Cloud State erases UMD debut in separate series

St. Cloud State, coached by former Bulldogs player and assistant coach, Brett Larson, entered the weekend with eight points over UMD (12-6-2 overall, 5- 4-1 at NCHC) and seven on the second rank in western Michigan. The Huskies (15-3-2, 7-1-2)… Continue Reading →

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