Click to enlarge Photo by Dave Decker Rick Scott at CPAC 2022 in Orlando. President Joe Biden continues to consider canceling student loans amid a two-year suspension of payments, but a Florida senator fears it’s unfair to those who haven’t incurred such debt. Senator Rick Scott has suggested that aRead More →

Last March, Stony Brook University received a prestigious Military Friendly Honor. This honor was bestowed on Stony Brook for excellence in supporting military students and student veterans. In the Tier 1 research institution classification, Stony Brook also received a Silver rank. the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services supportRead More →

A Chinese graduate student and cinematographer at Chapman University has died in a car crash on a sand dune while working on a University of Southern California student film. Cinematographer Peng Wang, better known as Aaron, 29, volunteered to help with an “authorized student project” for a filmmaking course atRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — University Park student parking registration for summer 2022 will be available exclusively online through the Penn State Transportation Services website beginning at noon Monday, May 9. All students, regardless of semester, are eligible to enroll in summer parking. Information on available student permit options can beRead More →

Student Volunteers for Youth c. Oil from climate-focused nonprofit SanDiego350. Photo via @youthv.oil Instagram The San Diego City Council on Tuesday passed a resolution calling on Governor Gavin Newsom to stop issuing new oil and gas well permits and put buffers in place between communities and fossil fuel extraction sites.Read More →

Bengaluru: In relief for a postgraduate medical student, who was given a seat under the NRI quota, the high court of Karnataka allowed him to attend courses at MR Medical College, Kalaburagi.A Vacation Division Bench headed by Judge R Devdas said permission granted to petitioner Arnav Prashanth Urs to takeRead More →

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Summer vacation has finally arrived! Whether you’re going home or staying on campus, you might be hoping to catch up on some reading (for fun, not for your 300-level biology class…hopefully!). Although my Goodreads account is full of all kinds of books I’ve read and hundreds more that I can’tRead More →

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot ofRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Local News “I couldn’t leave the house. Sometimes there was no electricity, and sometimes very little internet access. Freshman Aftikhar Mominzada, right, from Afghanistan, with University of Alberta International Recruitment Coordinator Khadija Jetha comes to study here in Edmonton, April 21, 2022. Photo by Ed Kaiser /Postmedia ContentRead More →

The US Department of Homeland Security has also designated Cameroonian citizens for Temporary Protected Status, but stakeholders have called on authorities to expand SSR to “more effectively and efficiently” provide humanitarian assistance to the 930 Cameroonian international students. F-1 visa holders in the country. WE. As of April 19, DHSRead More →

Governor Andy Beshear signed into law 14 pieces of legislation recently passed by the General Assembly. “Today I am proud to sign other fine pieces of legislation recently passed by lawmakers in Frankfurt,” Governor Beshear said. “These bills help us build a better Kentucky by supporting student mental health, healthcareRead More →

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. At the Graduate Student Organization Senate meeting on Wednesday, G.S.O. President Yousr Dhaouadi revealed the results of an investigation the organization conducted into funding for graduate students at Syracuse University. The survey, conducted withRead More →

Progressive political watchers said Monday that peripheral pundits shouldn’t be surprised by President Joe Biden’s plummeting approval rating among voters under 34, given the Democratic Party’s failure to pass anti-poverty or climate action measures, and to address the student debt crisis after the president garnered significant support from young peopleRead More →

VThe Irginia Military Institute student newspaper is back after a hiatus since clashing with school administrators over the prevalence of critical race theory on campus. The youngest, which abruptly ceased publication on March 25, reappeared on Friday, disrupting its normal bi-weekly schedule. While the paper, a megaphone for dissenting voicesRead More →

Britz MADISON, Wis. — University of Wisconsin System Acting President Michael J. Falbo has appointed Johannes Britz as the UW System’s acting senior vice president for academic and student affairs. Britz will succeed Anny Morrobel-Sosa, who announced her resignation on May 31. Britz is currently provost and senior vice chancellorRead More →

New Delhi: After violence at Delhi’s prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University on Sunday night, students from different universities gathered at Delhi Police Headquarters to protest the incident which left at least 16 people injured. The protesting students argued that members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad (ABVP) – the student wingRead More →

Wooded area where the new football stadium will reside. Photo by Bailey Maierson ’25 MCKINLEY LETTER ’24 (HER/HER), WRITER Pending board approval, Davidson’s athletic department plans to renovate existing athletic facilities and construct a new field and stadium. While this plan expands sports facilities, it raises concerns about disruptions toRead More →

CANADA, April 8 – Indigenous students at Vancouver Island University (VIU) will soon have access to more space as Shq’apthut (A Gathering Place) is expanded on the Nanaimo campus. The building is a home for Indigenous students where cultural, academic, recreational and social activities are promoted and celebrated. “Providing culturalRead More →

A mixed-use development comprising a restaurant and upscale condominium units is planned to replace a building on North College Street that housed the last Bourbon Street Bar. Stacy Norman Architects presented an initial concept for the development to the Downtown Auburn Design Review Panel on Tuesday, with the project setRead More →

The Gophers Athletic Department announced Friday plans to provide student-athletes with financial support for academic achievement beginning this fall. An NCAA rule change in August 2020, spurred by Federal Court rulings, now allows this compensation, which has been calculated up to $5,980 per year. An ESPN article on Wednesday saidRead More →

April 7, 2022 Support services for universities and students during the Easter holidays: from April 15 to 17, 2022. Posted in: Announcements, Facilities, Featured News, Parking and Shuttle, Red Hawk Central, Uncategorized Last modification: Thursday, April 7, 2022 2:33 p.m. Business hours The Academic Success and Tutoring Center will beRead More →

DARIEN CENTER — Anastasiia “Ana” Sobol, a Ukrainian student currently attending college in Canada, was living with Jim and Lorrie Gammack of the Darien Center as part of an exchange program. With her school year at Seneca College in Toronto due to end on April 22, she is unable toRead More →

ABOUT THE ARTS+Founded in 1969, Arts+ is a nonprofit music and visual arts organization that envisions the transformative impact of arts education illuminating every corner of the Charlotte area. Its goal is to make an exceptional arts education available to students of all ages, skill levels, and socio-economic backgrounds. FromRead More →

November 24, 2021 It is one of the best known and most respected honors in the region. Certainly the highest individual honor bestowed by the Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce, and one with a history dating back nearly six decades. It’s the Chamber’s Citizen of the Year award, andRead More →

vice presidentStudent services Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC) announces the search for a Vice President for Student Services. This senior college executive will provide leadership and oversight for the college’s comprehensive set of student services programs that are designed to improve student access and success. The College seeks an experiencedRead More →

For immediate release Director of Student Services and Transportation, Kathy Perry, will retire at the end of the 2021-2022 school year after a nearly 30-year career with Taunton Public Schools. (Photo courtesy of Taunton Public Schools) TAUNTON – Superintendent John Cabral announces that Director of Student Services and Transportation KathyRead More →