by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor WELLESLEY FALLS, Mass. In this wealthy suburb of Boston, parents will go to great lengths to ensure that their children get into a good college, even paying top dollar to “college coaches” who counsel the kids on their essays, SAT preparation and community service choices. “It means so much,” says […]
by Jacob Waite Freelance Writer Topeka, KS – Administrators at Topeka University this week notified long-time philosophy professor C. Edward Torgerson that he will no longer qualify for group healthcare coverage from the university starting in 2014. The loss of healthcare coverage is blamed on the requirement in the Affordable Care Act that employers provide […]
by Velma Applebee Staff Writer Job searchers at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) annual conference are in for quite the show. After only 300 positions were listed for anxious job seekers, all job placement resources have now been reallocated to the conference’s annual Drag Show, which has grown in popularity over the last several […]
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