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Facebook pages for college classes? Students say yes, please

Facebook pages for college classes? Students say yes, please

When offered a smorgasbord of social media choices, college students have continually chosen Facebook as the best social site for class collaboration. And the reason is simple: Students are most…

Recruiting in this age of social networking is a slippery slope

Recruiting in this age of social networking is a slippery slope

As technology evolves, recruiting parameters have become blurrier. In the last five years, the NCAA's microscope has tried to sharpen its focus on social media.…

Santorum competes with Romney for support from for-profit colleges

Santorum competes with Romney for support from for-profit colleges

Surging Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, a longtime critic of public education, said at a recent campaign stop that President Obama has “waged war” against for-profit colleges that could serve…

Justices will review racial preference for college

Justices will review racial preference for college

The Supreme Court is setting an election-season review of racial preference in college admissions, agreeing Tuesday to consider new limits on the contentious issue of affirmative action programs.…

Speed puts community colleges front and center

Speed puts community colleges front and center

Fitzpatrick Manufacturing Co. is a high-tech job shop, crafting super-precise parts for machines used in everything from robotics to aerospace to oil exploration. Macomb Community College lies a few miles…

Universities to pay fees for eMailing links while faculty inboxes are monitored

Universities to pay fees for eMailing links while faculty inboxes are monitored

Sending hyperlinks via eMail could prove a pricey proposition for two Canadian universities after officials agreed to a controversial copyright policy that could also leave professors’ electronic messages open to…

Obama takes tougher stance on higher education

Obama takes tougher stance on higher education

Access to college has been the driving force in federal higher education policy for decades. But the Obama administration is pushing a fundamental agenda shift that aggressively brings a new…

Youth shaping future of online TV, movies, music

Youth shaping future of online TV, movies, music

Young people want their music, TV and movies now — even if it means they get these things illegally.…

How Johns Hopkins has become a leader in social media use for admissions

How Johns Hopkins has become a leader in social media use for admissions

Dean Tsouvalas, editor-in-chief of StudentAdvisor.com, recently interviewed Daniel Creasy, associate director of undergraduate admissions at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins was ranked No. 1 on the Top 100…

Universities could convert music, movie downloads into fundraising cash

Universities could convert music, movie downloads into fundraising cash

College students’ love of music, movies, video games, and books could be a supplement to college and university fundraising as campus decision makers prove more willing to experiment with technological…

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