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During a college semester there is always something happening at colleges and universities nationwide. Whether it is crime related or not, students have the right to be informed about what goes on at their online college or on-campus college they are attending. Some colleges offer student newspapers, while some of the city newspapers have a dedicated student/college news section.
Gordon College backlash sparks discrimination accusations against gay advocates
No college has taken more flak after running afoul of the gay rights movement than Gordon College, but it turns out the small Christian institution in Wenham, Massachusetts, also has some supporters. One of them is Lori D'Amico, a parent in Lynn, Massachusetts, who submitted petition signatures last week to ...
Posted on April 08, 2015 at 10:57 PM
Political shift on College of DuPage board could lead to president's ouster
A political shift on the College of DuPage board could lead to significant changes for the school and its embattled leader, as the new majority began calls Wednesday for President Robert Breuder's immediate departure.
Posted on April 08, 2015 at 08:14 PM
College Park baseball shines in national spotlight
College Park's acclaim grows after second-place finish at National High School Invitational
Posted on April 08, 2015 at 08:12 PM
College makes changes after coach convicted of sex abuse
Catawba College is sharing some of the steps it has taken after a former coach was convicted on child sex abuse charges. Ralph Wager was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison. Eyewitness News reporter Tina Terry spoke to two former employees about the case and how they think the college handled what happened. Past coverage: Former soccer coach gets life in prison after pleading guilty to sex ...
Posted on April 08, 2015 at 05:55 PM
Heald College Launches Campaign to Save 152-Year-Old California Institution
Heald College announced today that it has launched a campaign to keep its doors open after lawyers in the California Attorney General’s office made “unreasonable demands” that have
Posted on April 08, 2015 at 04:00 PM