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Should college students who major in more expensive subjects like chemistry, engineering and technological fields pay higher tuition? It’s a question being asked of lawmakers by leading state university administrators.
The White House says six medical colleges at New England universities are among 130 nationwide participating in a program to teach their students how to better serve military veterans' unique physical and mental health needs.
Framing it as a move to strengthen journalism education, Brigham Young University intends to shift its student newspaper, the Daily Universe, to a mostly digital format and severely cut back its print schedule.
A proposal to make the private University of Pike ville the ninth school in Kentucky's higher education system runs counter to national trends of consolidation and privatization, according to education experts.