The Faculty of Arts could cut its international student advisers in the next academic year. Academic counseling at UBC performs a variety of functions, including assisting students with degree planning and filing academic grants. Each undergraduate faculty has its own advisory office, with several general academic advisors that students canRead More →

We need to minimize the impact of the pandemic on international learners. As international student offices emerge from the past two years, we need to ask ourselves where additional resources are needed to ensure we can minimize the impact of the pandemic on international learners. The students I am talkingRead More →

“Because this forum is entirely student-focused, it will provide a unique perspective on each of the candidates’ platforms and personalities,” BHEF’s Danielle Lieber told The Mail. “Our teenagers see local and community issues from a different perspective than we do and are therefore better placed to ask creative and newerRead More →

Student loan debt listed on the board with name tags. Getty By accelerating the forgiveness of some income-tested student loans, President Biden performed minor cosmetic surgery on an abysmal system. Fortunately, there is a simple solution: let students and parents borrow and refinance their loans at the prevailing 30-year TreasuryRead More →

the “Global student travel insurance market” The research report represents major insights on the current growth momentum along with major revenue generating elements available in the Student Travel Insurance industry along with various other factors over the forecasted period 2022-2028. The Student Travel Insurance market report focuses on a seriesRead More →

University of Connecticut Storrs Campus (Hugh McQuaid/CTNewsJunkie) Governor Ned Lamont has signed into law a bill that allows Connecticut student-athletes to use their school’s names, logos, trademarks, mascots, unique colors, copyrights and other insignia in endorsement contracts. The law updates one the governor signed last year that allowed student-athletes toRead More →

The Charlottesville City Council met Monday for its second hybrid meeting since 2019. The only update on the agenda for this meeting was the consideration of a special use permit to enable the conversion of an apartment complex on 14th Street into a hotel. During the public comment portion ofRead More →

By mikem@thecolumbiastar.com | on May 05, 2022 Contributed by Angela Crosland Charles Trezevant Charles Trezevant, an Eau Claire high school student, is already reaping the rewards of obtaining his commercial apprentice’s permit (CLP). He landed a job as an intern at the City of Columbia Wastewater Management Plant. Trezevant isRead More →

CIBT Education Group Inc. (MBA) (TSX.MBA, OTCQX: MBAIF, Forum) is one of Canada’s largest education and student housing investment companies focused on the domestic and global education market since 1994. The company owns Global Education City Holdings, which focuses on education-related real estate…like student-centric housing. Global Holdings provides accommodation servicesRead More →

Following multiple suicide attempts, a student from mainland China attempted to murder four women in Hong Kong in hopes of being sentenced to death. Liu Yueteng, a 26-year-old former university student at a mainland college, pleaded guilty to four counts of attempted murder in the High Court on Wednesday. HeRead More →

Browse > Home / News / University of Melbourne Students’ Union resolution: Community as one May 4, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read on for the article Zionism Victoria has written to the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne regarding the resolution adopted Friday by the Melbourne University Students’Read More →

Posted May 2, 2022 | 09:00 Winni Simon’s “Lines” won the President’s Purchase Award. (Winnie Simon) The Arts Department at Santa Barbara City College has named the 2021-22 scholarship recipients in recognition of their outstanding performance and dedication to the arts. Winni Y. Simon received the Adrian “Ozz” Osborne MemorialRead More →

Hyderabad: A political row erupted after the administration of Osmania University refused to allow former Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to address residents on campus. According to reports, the university has not communicated its decision in writing, but the university’s executive council has made it clear that the congressional leader isRead More →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

When Klein Oak High student Mari Oliver refused to take the oath of allegiance, her sociology professor, Benjie Arnold, compared her to “Soviet communists” and “people who tolerate pedophilia” before threaten to “give it up”. Arnold’s misconduct now appears to have indirectly cost Texas taxpayers $90,000. A Texas teacher whoRead More →

It is time. Two progressive state police forces want to force potential drivers to do what they – believe it or not – currently don’t have to do before getting their license: practice driving with a professional driving instructor. Senate Bill 8667, introduced by State Sen. Andrew Gounardes (D-Bay Ridge)Read More →

Boston – CBRE has announced the sale of a 150-unit next-generation student housing community serving the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass Amherst), the largest university by enrollment in New England. Athens, Georgia-based Landmark Properties has purchased North 116 Flats from Dallas-based Fountain Residential Partners for an undisclosed price. Jaclyn Fitts,Read More →

Revenu Québec has hundreds of student jobs available and is currently accepting applications. Jobs and internships are based in cities across the province, including Montreal, Laval, Longueuil, Brossard, Gatineau and Quebec. There are opportunities for high school, college, and university students. Salaries depend on the level of education required forRead More →

Authorities at the British High Commission in Nigeria issued a statement saying that the United Kingdom (UK) has not suspended its student, work and family visas for Nigerian applicants. He clarified that it was just his “priority visa service” which has been temporarily suspended. A statement made available to theRead More →

We have regularly discussed the growing attacks on free speech on college campuses, including Northwestern University. Protesters in Northwestern blocked loudspeakers while claiming there is ‘no free speech for openly racist white dudes’. They prevented classes from discussing ICE policies. However, the student government has now added an attack onRead More →