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A Partnership Seeks to Transform Kent State and Kent

Though it is home to the second largest campus in Ohio’s state university system by enrollment, this small Cuyahoga River city spent much of the last four decades neglecting, if not deliberately retreating from, its history as a college town and its place in the annals of the Vietnam War era.

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Rowan University Expansion Increases Tensions With Glassboro Residents

As Rowan continues to grow, investors are buying properties and renting them to students at a rate not seen before.

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Several Sacramento-Area Localities Seek 4-Year Colleges

Cordova Hills, the newly approved 2,700-acre development in southeast Sacramento County, isn't the only locale aiming to lure a private university.

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Michigan's University Research Corridor Had $15.5B Economic Impact

Michigan's University Research Corridor, an alliance of the state's three largest universities, is growing in several areas, including a $15.5 billion economic impact on the state, according to an annual report to be unveiled Wednesday.

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WMU President John Dunn Responds To Criticism Of East Campus Renovation Plans

Western Michigan University President John Dunn remembers not even knowing about East Campus while being interviewed for his current position in 2007.

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