by Aloysius St. Bernard Freelance Writer With decreased funding, a lack of employer support of campus job fairs and doubts about the necessity of hiring career specialists to provide advice, colleges across the country are closing their career centers. Dr. James Smith, an analyst with the National Organization of Careers & Univerisities, spoke of this […]
by Alan Finch Freelance Writer Recently, Massive Open Online Courses, or “MOOCs,” have garnered national attention for their revolutionary approach to open and affordable education. While some view MOOCs as nothing more than the current “it” trend, others see their success as an indictment of traditional higher education. Dave Pembers, president and CEO of Learn […]
College newspapers are the funniest places on earth on March 31st. Fast forward 24 hours and many are in the dog house for their inappropriate, unfunny April Fool’s Day issues. Campuses yank the issues from the stands, editors resign in shame and a few unlucky papers see their names hit national news for the worst […]
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