Colleges

Alamo Colleges extends free tuition to thousands more students

About 4,000 more high school students in San Antonio now have access to the free tuition program offered by the Alamo Colleges District, after its board of directors voted unanimously on Tuesday to add more high schools to the initiative. Students graduating from 47 high schools are eligible for Alamo …

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Dedications at the College | News, Sports, Jobs

Mackenzie Kelley: Cross Country Skiing / T&F from Wittenberg Name: Mackenzie Kelley High school: High school in the Altoona region Birthplace: Altoona Sport: cross-country; Athletics College choice: University of Wittenberg Other colleges considered: Duquesne, Saint François, Saint Vincent Why I chose Wittenberg: “Because of their exceptional nursing program and nursing …

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Dan Lanning to stay with Georgia until college football playoffs

“We are so happy for Dan and his family,” Smart said in a press release issued by the school. “He and Sauphia have been an important part of our Bulldog family for the past four years, and we thank them for all they have done for Georgia Football and the …

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How Colleges Can Cultivate Transformational Gifts (Opinion)

As universities resume in-person learning, students, staff and faculty continue to work towards a safe return to life, as usual on college campuses: cheering on the basketball team. with friends by your side. Attend a conference surrounded by socially distant strangers in adjacent seats. And develop the next generation of …

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College announcements: December 8, 2021

Keep up to date with various events at Penn State, including study volunteer requests, activities, and other opportunities. Researchers to discuss school health centers The Penn State College of the Liberal Arts will present “Enhancing School-Based Health Centers” at 1 p.m. on Thursday, December 9 via Zoom. A panel of …

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College Station No.2 defeats No.1 Denton Ryan with a fourth quarter touchdown in State Quarterfinals | Soccer

“They were huge,” said Walsh, a security official. “It gave us chances to score, and that was what we needed. They were momentum changers. Kicker Dawson Schremp netted 28 and 33 yards to give the Cougars a 6-0 lead with 8:20 left in the second quarter. Denton Ryan took his …

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Roanoke College’s first chaplain, Reverend John ‘Pat’ Keister, dies at 94

Reverend John David “Pat” Keister ’50, who held various positions at Roanoke College over the years, passed away at his home in Strasbourg, Va. On November 24. He was 94 years old. Keister was born on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 1927, earning him the nickname Pat. Keister graduated from …

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Bulls surprise Kelly College Prep girls’ basketball team with afternoon tournament – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – The Bulls are having their best season in years – and they’re sharing the knowledge that drives them up the standings. DeMar DeRozan shattered the group as the Bulls surprised the girls’ basketball team at Thomas Kelly College Prep in Brighton Park, with an afternoon tournament in …

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Georgia Colleges Teach New Civil Rights Legacy Course from CT Vivian

To exploreCT Vivian, hero of civil and intellectual rights, died at 95 The motivation came from longtime friends and educators who revered him. This comes as colleges are offering more ethnic studies courses in response to the growing diversity of students. Fifty-four percent of students in Georgia’s university system are …

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