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Free college applications, more offered during Delaware's College Application Month
news.delaware.gov
Delaware high school students can apply to select colleges and universities for free in October and November in celebration of the state's fifth annual College Application Month, which began this week and runs through Nov. 17. Application fees to all ...

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Chicago Daily Herald

ECC hosts first fair featuring historically black colleges
Chicago Daily Herald
"The goal of this fair is not to detract from the excellent colleges and universities we have in Illinois," said Brittany Barber, ECC student life coordinator for targeted populations. "ECC is dedicated to diversity and equity. These are institutions ...


For top college football prospects a decision looms: Sign now or later?
Washington Post
... allegiance to a university. The NCAA in May authorized a 72-hour early signing window between Dec. 20-22 for the class of 2018. High school football seniors have for years had until the first Wednesday in February to decide where to attend college.


Common Dreams

The High Cost of Free Speech on College Campuses
Common Dreams
Public colleges and universities have long been a bastion for open and public discourse in this country, whatever the tenor of the protest or speech. In the '60s and '70s, they were places for students to air their grievances and outrage—particularly ...
Here's what Central Ohio's college presidents have to say about free speech on campusColumbus Business First
As Richard Spencer's white nationalist tour continues, colleges try to balance security, free speechDallas News
'Go home, Spencer!' Protesters disrupt white nationalist's speech at the University of FloridaWashington Post
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Forbes

Football Won't Save College, It's What's Wrong With College
Forbes
So I was taken aback to read a recent article in Quartz by David Labaree, the Lee L. Jacks Professor of Education at Stanford, titled “Nobel prizes are great, but college football is why American universities dominate the globe.” It it, Labaree argues ...

 




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