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College Waitlists Often Waste Would-Be Students' Time

College Waitlists Often Waste Would-Be Students' Time

April 06, 2018

The number of students placed on college waiting lists has climbed in recent years, leaving students hoping for the best — even when they might not have any reason to hope at all.
The number of students placed on college waiting lists has climbed in recent years, leaving students hoping for the best — even when they might not have any reason to hope at all.

April 06, 2018

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The New York Times

With Changing Students and Times, Colleges Are Going Back to School

With Changing Students and Times, Colleges Are Going Back to School

April 05, 2018

Many colleges and universities are facing a gloomy picture, painted by polls, politics and population shifts that are forcing an overhaul of campuses across the country.
Many colleges and universities are facing a gloomy picture, painted by polls, politics and population shifts that are forcing an overhaul of campuses across the country.

April 05, 2018

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Diverse

California Governor’s Community College Funding Proposal Creates Controversy

California Governor’s Community College Funding Proposal Creates Co...

April 05, 2018

California Gov. Jerry Brown’s bold new budget proposal that awards community college districts funding not just for each enrolled student, but also based on the number of low-income students being served, has drawn praise and criticism.
California Gov. Jerry Brown’s bold new budget proposal that awards community college districts funding not just for each enrolled student, but also based on the number of low-income students being served, has drawn praise and criticism.

April 05, 2018

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The New York Times

Even With Scholarships, Students Often Need Extra Financial Help

Even With Scholarships, Students Often Need Extra Financial Help

April 05, 2018

Haverford is among a growing number of colleges that have set up programs to help low-income students with unexpected financial expenses. Among them are Brown University, the University of Chicago, Washington University, Swarthmore College, Syracuse University and Williams College.
Haverford is among a growing number of colleges that have set up programs to help low-income students with unexpected financial expenses. Among them are Brown University, the University of Chicago, Washington University, Swarthmore College, Syracuse University and Williams College.

April 05, 2018

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The Atlantic

How the Howard University Protests Hint at the Future of Campus Politics

How the Howard University Protests Hint at the Future of Campus Pol...

April 05, 2018

Students’ weeklong occupation of an administrative building may be a harbinger of tenacious pushback at other colleges.
Students’ weeklong occupation of an administrative building may be a harbinger of tenacious pushback at other colleges.

April 05, 2018

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