A student protest in Washington, DC, led by college activist group Students Making EnerGetic Meaningful Action (SMEGMA), attracted over 500 undergraduates from colleges around the nation yesterday. Students carried signs such as “Speed Up Health Care Reform!” and “Health Care Now!” “Congress is moving way too slowly, and we\’re sick of it,” said Cynthia Kors, […]
by Leah Wescott Editor-in-Chief Pending accreditation, Hills University will open in Los Angeles next fall and set the college ranking systems on their ears. Having listened closely to recent debates about the University of Georgia’s tuition rates, Hills has perhaps the clearest branding image in the nation. “We will be the first college to charge […]
by Hannah Q. Scott Freelance Writer St. Ben’s College in Georgia is building a new residence hall that could revolutionize student housing as we know it. The new hall is designed with a focus on providing students with as much privacy as possible. “Students can go from class to their rooms and to work without […]
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