A Louisville-based ministry and a large Arizona church are suing each other over the disputed sale of an unaccredited online university last year, each accusing the other of fraud, the Courier-Journal reports. Child of the King Ministries of Louisville agreed to sell an entity called American International University for $400,000 to the Phoenix-based Church for the Nations in May 2010, both lawsuits say……Read More
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Social media eases transition for college students
Cassidy Whitaker Thompson had a dilemma. The incoming freshman at Purdue University wanted to know whether she needed to register for a first-semester physics course, reports the Courier-Journal. So, instead of waiting until orientation or slogging through a list of campus phone numbers, Whitaker Thompson, who will major in engineering, presented the question to members of the “Purdue Engineering Class of 2015” Facebook page……Read More