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Why Are Colleges Not Shutting Down the Democrat Socialist?

What is something worth – if you don’t pay for it? Even in Socialist countries, everything has a price. Prices place a value or worth on whatever. As an example, if Lincolns are free but Fords costs millions, who would be driving Fords? If tomatoes are $100 each, but lettuce is free, who would put tomatoes on their salads? If ...

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Majority Of College Presidents Support Race-Based Admissions

A majority of college presidents support race-based admissions as Harvard University was shot into the spotlight for allegedly discriminating against Asian-American applicants. Inside Higher Ed’s 2019 Survey of College and University Presidents surveyed 784 college presidents and found 62 percent strongly agree or agree that race and ethnicity should be considered in admissions while 19 percent strongly disagree or disagree. Close ...

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Here Are the Top 50 Colleges Offering Free Classes Online

A new guide, published Wednesday, ranks the top 50 universities that offer free online courses. The potential of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is only now beginning to be realized, though the concept has been around for over a decade. As the format has been embraced by reputable colleges and universities, free online courses have proven to be a game-changer ...

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Find Money for College: Tips on Completing the FAFSA

The 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid opened today, and U.S. News & World Report is here to help with an in-depth guide on what to know about the $120 billion in aid shelled out annually to college students by the Department of Education. U.S. News’ Paying for College Reporter Farran Powell offers the following tips about the FAFSA, a useful way to pay for ...

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Skyrocketing tuition costs push more to online universities – here’s which are best

The skyrocketing cost of tuition has caused skyrocketing popularity in online degree programs. Since the year 1982, tuition has risen upwards of 400%. But for more than a decade now, distance education enrollments have been growing despite traditional enrollments continuing to decrease. Colleges and universities are constantly evolving to provide online options for their prospective students in order to stay ...

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How to Terminate Ideological Tenured Professors

By now everyone who is up to speed on current events knows that Randa Jarrar, a “professor” at California State University at Fresno, took to Twitter after the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush, to lambaste her memory. This cretin then bragged she couldn’t be fired because she was “tenured.” Jarrar tweeted: “I’m happy the witch is dead. Can’t ...

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Students say career prep top priority for degree, college leaders disagree

A recent survey found that while current college attendees believe that the schools should ready them to enter the workforce, but those running institutions of higher learning disagree. That’s one of the findings in the AGB 2017 Index, a report that includes a survey of college board members. A large majority of students cite workforce preparation as their primary reason for attending ...

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The Stupidity Of Imaginary Racism

I’m old enough to remember when people went to college; they went to get smart, but now a day all they learn is how to spot imaginary racism. Let’s face it, racism and racists are in the eye of the beholder. I’m sure you can guess where this piece of imaginary racism took place, at a college you say? Well ...

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The Least Diverse Place in America

Least diverse place in America

What is the least diverse place in America? It’s the institution that most actively seeks racial, ethnic, gender, and cultural diversity: the college campus! Colleges want students to look different, but think the same. Charlie Kirk, the founder of Turning Point USA, explains.

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The Conservative Student’s College Survival Guide

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Conservative students are vastly outnumbered on campus, and their beliefs and values are often ridiculed by other students, professors and administrators. So, how can conservatives survive and thrive in college, while also making a difference? Matthew Woessner, a political science professor at Penn State Harrisburg, offers some tips.

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Posting Pics of Passed out Pals, the New Craze?

With the advent of social media came the opportunity to share embarrassing pictures with friends on a large scale. These snapshots might be seen as funny at age 15 or even 21 but what about at 25 or even 35? Especially when looking for a job, these ‘tagged’ internet images, might well cause an employer to choose a less controversial ...

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Are You Better Off?

It’s the question candidates are asking. Are you better off? Last week’s job report seemed to indicate a slight improvement in business. But a quick look at the job layoff report might make one think otherwise. Daily Job Cuts: October 10, 2012 Layoffs Report Cummins announces plans to cut up to 1,500 jobs by end of 2012 http://trib.al/6a7AyE FEDEX to ...

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No Pork at TX College? The Nanny State Continues.

Are you sending your son or daughter off to college? If you are, have you given your adult (or close to adult) child instructions on eating a healthy diet? Or, are you anticipating that the school will make these choices for your young adult? At Paul Quinn College in Dallas (a small private college) the president of the school is ...

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What We Are Not Teaching Our Children

Tom Kubistant teaches a “human sexuality” class at Western Nevada College.  According to an article from The Blaze, Mr. Kubistant is accused of “requiring students to masturbate and publicly reveal personal sex-fantasies in order to pass” his class. Karen Royce, a 60-year-old student who was taking the class made her objections known to Mr. Kubistant, who became “agitated” with her objections. ...

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Student Loans-In Need of a Fix?

Part 2 Yesterday we talked about many of the problems inherent with student loans in our society. Today I’d like to share some common sense ideas. Do note, I’m just a mom and I’m not a professional. Also: there are plenty of websites dedicated to finding financial aid for college, do your research before starting school. These suggestions are just ...

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