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New Hampshire Public Radio
According to the University System of New Hampshire, 61% of the state’s college students are choosing to leave New Hampshire for college; that’s more than almost any other state. Read more>>

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Lasell College has announced that it has been granted university status by the State Board of Higher Education, effective immediately. Read more>>

Houston Public Media
In a recent interview, the university’s current president, Richard Ludwick, told News 88.7 that last year, the small Catholic liberal arts college had about a $2 million deficit out of a $65 million total budget. Read more>>

SunHerald.com
New Mexico Junior College wants to help eastern New Mexico students earn a college degree for under $10,000. Read more>>

Forbes
For the last couple of years, Oxford University has been deploying an approach to creating a new generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The Atlantic
Eager to attract students to new online graduate programs, selective universities have adopted surprisingly aggressive telemarketing practices. Read more>>

Chicago Tribune
Ron Rosmann crossed the gravel stretch of Ironwood Road that cuts through his family farm’s 700 acres and knelt in a turnip field with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, explaining to the Democratic presidential contender how he grows a variety of organic crops without the use of pesticides. Read more>>

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Forbes
Hobsons, an educational technology companies, is teaming up with Temple University’s Hope Center for College, Community and Justice to study and battle the growing problems of food and housing insecurity among college students. Read more>>

AP News
The University at Buffalo is getting $1.1 million in federal funding to study mosquito and fruit fly genetics. Read more>>

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News & Record
The State Board of Community Colleges has approved Guilford Technical Community College’s next president. Read more>>

WKYC.com
The school’s board of trustees announced it had selected Gary L. Miller, PhD, as Akron’s 18th president. He will officially assume the role on Oct. 1, after Dr. John C. Green filled the post on an interim basis for over a year. Read more>>

Wheeling News-Register
West Virginia Northern Community College’s Board of Governors has named Daniel Mosser as the college’s eighth president. Read more>>