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The Register, New Haven, CT

Yale University Sued Over 2008 Data Breach

Yale University Sued Over 2008 Data Breach

October 22, 2018

Two lawsuits have been filed in federal court against Yale University (CT) claiming damages from a 2008 data breach at the university.  Yale discovered the breach on June 16 this year during a security review of its servers, it said in a letter to those affected.
Two lawsuits have been filed in federal court against Yale University (CT) claiming damages from a 2008 data breach at the university.  Yale discovered the breach on June 16 this year during a security review of its servers, it said in a letter to those affected.

October 22, 2018

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Spectrum Local News, Central, NC

Duke University Reveals What it Looks for in Applicants

Duke University Reveals What it Looks for in Applicants

October 22, 2018

Duke University (NC) is pulling back the curtain and revealing to the public what happens during the college admissions process.
Duke University (NC) is pulling back the curtain and revealing to the public what happens during the college admissions process.

October 22, 2018

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The Times, Roanoke, VA

New Ferrum President David Johns Outlines His Vision for College

New Ferrum President David Johns Outlines His Vision for College

October 22, 2018

At a women’s soccer game just a few days ago, Ferrum (VA) President David Johns spoke with a student about his upcoming inauguration. The student was a bit puzzled by the timing of the ceremony. Johns first took the helm at the private liberal arts college in Franklin County in January. Johns recalled their conversation Friday morning in Vaughn Chapel, just moments after he’d officially been installed as Ferrum’s 12th president.
 
At a women’s soccer game just a few days ago, Ferrum (VA) President David Johns spoke with a student about his upcoming inauguration. The student was a bit puzzled by the timing of the ceremony. Johns first took the helm at the private liberal arts college in Franklin County in January. Johns recalled their conversation Friday morning in Vaughn Chapel, just moments after he’d officially been installed as Ferrum’s 12th president.
 

October 22, 2018

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Crain’s Detroit Business

Northwood University President to Retire After 12 Years

Northwood University President to Retire After 12 Years

October 22, 2018

Northwood University's (MI) president and chief executive officer is retiring after 12 years at the helm.  Keith Pretty, 67, announced Wednesday plans to retire from the private Midland-based university effective June 30, according to a news release from the school.
Northwood University's (MI) president and chief executive officer is retiring after 12 years at the helm.  Keith Pretty, 67, announced Wednesday plans to retire from the private Midland-based university effective June 30, according to a news release from the school.

October 22, 2018

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The Washington Post

D.C. Partners with College to Offer Associates Degree to High Schoolers in Poorest Neighborhoods

D.C. Partners with College to Offer Associates Degree to High Schoo...

October 18, 2018

The District’s public school system is partnering with Bard College in New York to open a school next fall that will allow students to graduate from high school with a two-year college associate degree.  The city hopes a liberal arts college curriculum can boost the performance of high school students living in neighborhoods with the District’s highest dropout rates and meet families’ demands for more rigorous education options in poorer areas of the city.
The District’s public school system is partnering with Bard College in New York to open a school next fall that will allow students to graduate from high school with a two-year college associate degree.  The city hopes a liberal arts college curriculum can boost the performance of high school students living in neighborhoods with the District’s highest dropout rates and meet families’ demands for more rigorous education options in poorer areas of the city.

October 18, 2018

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