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UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store

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UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store


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Pacific University announces $80 million fundraising campaign

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Pacific University announces $80 million fundraising campaign


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College senior found shot dead inside her car in North Texas

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College senior found shot dead inside her car in North Texas


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University of Louisville men's basketball team parts ways with Brian Bowen

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University of Louisville men's basketball team parts ways with Brian Bowen


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The kids aren’t all right. Violent students driving teachers out of schools

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The kids aren’t all right. Violent students driving teachers out of schools


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AJC top teacher Jim Reason of Gwinnett buoys students in pool and classroom

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UConn guard pays fine to resolve on-campus scooter incident

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  • UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store
    UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store

    , madison.com

    UW-Madison students who signed up for a federal food assistance program can now use their benefits at a campus convenience store to buy items like cold sandwiches and packaged food. Students who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, also known as food stamps, can now use their benefits to buy some types of food at the Flamingo Run store at the Gordon Dining and Event Center, said UW-Madison housing spokesman Brendon Dybdahl
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  • Des Moines School Board Discussing Possible Changes to Start Times
    Des Moines School Board Discussing Possible Changes to Start Times

    , whotv.com

    DES MOINES, Iowa -- The Des Moines School Board tried tackling the controversial matter of school start times on Tuesday. For years, school leaders have argued that changes need to be made in order to benefit students and better align with sleep patterns of children at different ages. The new proposal would shift elementary start times to 7:30 in the morning
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  • Florida university grapples with white supremacist student
    Florida university grapples with white supremacist student

    , wesh.com

    Florida university grapples with white supremacist student Florida university grapples with white supremacist student JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Florida university says a 37-year-old self-proclaimed Nazi will be allowed to stay in school, but remains banned from campus at least for the time being. The Times-Union reports that the University of North Florida student Ken Parker was suspended recently after posting on social media an image of him holding an assault rifle and vowing to take action against fellow students who question his beliefs
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  • Porter's back surgery could sideline Mizzou phenom for rest of season
    Porter's back surgery could sideline Mizzou phenom for rest of season

    , stltoday.com

    COLUMBIA, MO. • No matter how long he’d last on Mizzou’s campus, Michael Porter Jr. wanted to leave a legacy. “Nobody has higher expectations than I have for myself,” the freshman basketball star said last month. “I always wanted to be the kind of player who makes a difference. I didn’t want to go to a Kansas or Kentucky where I could be just another great player
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  • National career college chain to close 2 Colorado campuses
    National career college chain to close 2 Colorado campuses

    , 9news.com

    DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Zenith Education Group is no longer accepting new enrollments at 21 of its career colleges and training schools nationwide, including Altierus campuses in Thornton and Colorado Springs. The 21 Altierus and WyoTech campuses have stopped enrolling new students and will close once current students can complete their programs or pursue other options. WyoTech is a mechanical-training chain
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  • Porter's back surgery could sideline Mizzou phenom for rest of season
    Porter's back surgery could sideline Mizzou phenom for rest of season

    , stltoday.com

    COLUMBIA, MO. • No matter how long he’d last on Mizzou’s campus, Michael Porter Jr. wanted to leave a legacy. “Nobody has higher expectations than I have for myself,” the freshman basketball star said last month. “I always wanted to be the kind of player who makes a difference. I didn’t want to go to a Kansas or Kentucky where I could be just another great player
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  • UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store
    UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store

    , madison.com

    UW-Madison students who signed up for a federal food assistance program can now use their benefits at a campus convenience store to buy items like cold sandwiches and packaged food. Students who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, also known as food stamps, can now use their benefits to buy some types of food at the Flamingo Run store at the Gordon Dining and Event Center, said UW-Madison housing spokesman Brendon Dybdahl
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