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 →

(Oklahoma State University Athletic Media Relations contributed to this story.) STILLWATER — Oklahoma State University Athletics and Director of Athletics Chad Weiberg announced Wednesday, March 9 that beginning in the fall 2022 semester, Oklahoma State scholarship student-athletes will receive $5,980 annually in the part of the POSSE STAR Fund, itRead More →

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman addresses the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBIC) ‘Investment Ceremony’ to award the President’s Awards for the years 2020-21 and 2021- 22, in Bangalore, on Monday, March 7, 2022. (Photo PTI) Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday called the budget presented last monthRead More →

Crozet Elementary students use Ozobots and Play-doh in a project at the school library in October 2021. Photo: Lisa Martin. A new Virginia law passed in February says parents have the right to decide whether their children should wear masks in public schools, removing that power from state and localRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State Transportation Services announced rate changes for faculty/staff, student, and service/delivery parking permits at University Park for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 academic years. For 2022-23, employee parking permit rates will increase between $2 and $4 per month, while student parking permit rates will increase betweenRead More →

DENVER, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the Child Safety Network™ (“CSN”), America’s leading child and youth safety organization for more than 30 years, publicly announced the winners of the 2022 Colorado Student Protection Award. The awards were presented last Thursday at the Colorado Association of School Boards Winter LegislativeRead More →

Thursday, February 24, 2022 Maryland State Delegate Jay Walker introduced Maryland House Bill 1431, titled Public High Schools – Student-Athletes – Compensation for Name, Image and Likenessthat would allow public high school athletes across the state to enter into name, likeness, and likeness (NIL) contracts, provided certain conditions are met,Read More →

Maryland State Delegate Jay Walker introduced Maryland House Bill 1431, titled Public High Schools – Student-Athletes – Compensation for Name, Image and Likenessthat would allow public high school athletes across the state to enter into name, likeness, and likeness (NIL) contracts, provided certain conditions are met, including co-signing of anyRead More →

Berlin is a paradise for students. As a city rich in history, culture and art, Berlin has attracted many students from all over. This is what has transformed the centuries-old city into one of the most dynamic places in Europe, offering many student offers across the country. Today, it boastsRead More →

SEATTLE — The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission has filed a lawsuit against the First Student bus company over its charter operations, which could result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. UTC said it only regulates charter services provided by First Student. It does not regulate transportation fromRead More →

A Florida high school’s policy that banned a transgender student from using a boys’ bathroom violated federal law because he was a boy “socially, physically, medically, and on legal documents,” the Department of Justice will argue. Justice Tuesday. The St. John’s County School Board’s policy restricting restroom use by ‘biologicalRead More →

crime, handcuffs Fifteen men were arrested between Thursday and Friday in Northport and face charges of soliciting prostitution after an undercover operation by the West Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force. One of those arrested was former University of Alabama vice president for student life Myron Pope, which WVUA 23 firstRead More →

“My message to parents and students is that I will not tolerate this. They come to court and face the consequences,” Judge Joe Benavides said. Student fights, truancy and instances of violence seem to be going in the wrong direction, according to a local judge, especially at local colleges. JudgeRead More →

California law provides student voter registration rules in the election code. Article 3.5 contains sections 2145 to 2148.5. Section 2145 states that Section 3.5 is known as the Student Voter Registration Act of 2003. Section 2146 requires the Secretary of State to provide annually to each high school, community college,Read More →

The debate over whether President Biden can and should write off trillions in student loan debt is heating up, now that his legislative agenda appears to be running out of steam. Congressional Republicans are already lining up to oppose any further measures to relieve federally-backed student debt borrowers, Rep. VirginiaRead More →

In the middle of a growing feud over wearing hijab in schools and colleges, a Muslim female student from Karnataka applied to the Supreme Court, asking for the cancellation of the state government order prohibit women from wearing the hijab or headscarf in an educational institution. The petitioner stated thatRead More →

Harmony School of Innovation -Sugar Land Senior, Anjali Agrawal has been nominated as a candidate for the 2022 US Presidential Fellowship Program. [CREDIT: Harmony Public Schools] A Harmony School of Innovation – Sugar Land senior, Anjali Agrawal has been named one of more than 4,000 applicants for the 2022 USRead More →

Concerns about an imbalance between permanent residents and students in Ormskirk, as well as late-night noise, have been prompted by a plan to extend the students’ terraced house. A councilor has asked the West Lancashire Borough Council planning committee to consider an application for an extension to 2 Hardacre StreetRead More →

The silence has gone on long enough. We can no longer avoid it. We need to talk about the parking situation here in Bates. “Not the parking situation!” you plead. But yeah, it’s time to discuss how abysmal student parking availability is on campus. If you’ve ever returned from aRead More →

A Georgia elementary school administrator compared a student’s rainbow artwork with the saying “Gay is OK” to the Nazi flag. The work has been removed from a classroom wall. The hill: When a teacher questioned the decision, an administrator compared the hanging of the drawing to hanging the flag ofRead More →

Sam Nichols, Spouse, digital photo, 2021. Submitted Wednesday, January 26, 2022 Twelve advanced photography students from Carson High School have their work in Photo Finished 2022 at The Brick. This exhibition presents their creative projects based on four years of study with teacher Kara Ferrin.Picture completed in 2022, a CapitalRead More →

Rep. Michelle Davis, R-Whiteland, delivers closing remarks on Bill 1041, which would limit transgender student-athletes from competing on teams based on their biological sex. The House Education Committee introduced the bill to the House. Photo by Jack Sells, TheStatehouseFile.com. INDIANAPOLIS—Ask both sides what the debate about including transgender student-athletes inRead More →