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College Preparation Resolutions For High School Students | College Admission Manual

With 2021 officially behind, the current class of high school students – the class of 2023 – will be the next cohort to apply to college. While juniors may think they still have plenty of time to start their college hunt and college applications, it would be a big mistake …

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U.S. Colleges Switch to Distance Learning Despite Millions of Dollars Drawn from Coronavirus Aid Funding

Columnist Bill McGurn is responding to a growing number of schools considering distance learning in response to the COVID wave on “Fox Business Tonight.” Colleges and universities across America received millions of dollars in government funding during the coronavirus pandemic, some of which was intended to help them safely reopen …

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Local colleges: SUU, Weber State improve to 3-0 in Big Sky with pair of wins

Koby McEwen lost a career-high 31 points to lift Weber State over Montana State to a 3-0 start against Big Sky on Thursday, December 30, 2021 in Bozeman, MT. (Garrett Becker, Montana State Athletic Creative Services) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes AROUND THE HONEY – The southern Utah men’s basketball …

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Texas woman graduates from college alongside 88-year-old grandfather

A 23-year-old Texas woman celebrated her college graduation ceremony with a special guest: her 88-year-old grandfather who also graduated on the same day. The sweet moment came during the graduation ceremony at the University of Texas at San Antonio on December 11. The woman, Melanie Salazar, graduated with a Bachelor …

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What Can You Do With The Money Left In A 529 Education Savings Plan?

Most families have run out of money in their 529 education savings accounts. But, some do. There are several options for using the remaining money. Although the funds in a 529 plan are earmarked for education spending, there are several options … [+] for the remaining 529 funds in the …

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Former Boston College student gets conditional sentence for boyfriend’s suicide

A former Boston College student who sent her boyfriend tens of thousands of frantic text messages, some telling him to “go kill yourself,” before jumping to her death, received a suspended sentence and probation after pleading guilty Thursday to manslaughter. At the Boston hearing, Suffolk County Superior Court Judge Robert …

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Colleges Consider Booster Dose Requirement After UO Announcement

Oregon State University does not yet have a recall requirement, but a spokesperson said it was likely. PORTLAND, Ore. – The University of Oregon (UO) announced this week that it will require booster shots for students and employees who come to campus in person. The university said details such as …

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Missouri Legislature Examines Bills To Allow College Guns And Restrict Racism Education

Expanding state financial aid programs, banning COVID-19 vaccine requirements on campus, and restricting racism and sexism classes are just a few of the subjects of the laws. on higher education proposed by the Missouri legislature. The next legislative session begins on January 5, but representatives and senators are already tabling …

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COVID-19 test lines stretch for two hours in College Park, Maryland – NBC4 Washington

At Express Healthcare in College Park, Maryland, cars stretched all the way down the street, police helped direct traffic, and some people trying to take a COVID-19 test on Saturday settled in for one more line. two hours. The medical center said that over the past few months, its staff …

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As COVID-19 cases escalate, some colleges need boosters

As COVID-19 cases increase locally and nationally, many colleges are considering imposing booster injections and other restrictions before students and faculty return in the New Year. Some have even taken action in the final days of the current semester, switching to remote exams, canceling in-person duties and adding callback clinics. …

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