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1 Ramsey Clark, Attorney General and Rebel With a Cause, Dies at 93
2 Vaccines open for all adults — Cuomo seeks broad power over stimulus funds — City to replace school closure rule
3 Clark University students demand tuition cut and police reform on campus
4 Gentry students learn about exploration
5 Most Indian tea pickers are landless. Can their kids fight back?
6 3 Reasons Why Your Business Should Embrace Virtual Internships
7 At a Crossroads: The Evolution of George Floyd Square
8 Fed's Daly says U.S. job market is 'in a ditch'
9 The Black Student Union Front and Center: Student Organizations LASO, CAIC, and CUSC Join the Fight Against Systemic Racism at Clark University
10 Woman, 55, carjacked outside South Loop Target
11 U.S. oil companies launch on-site vaccinations as supplies rise
12 Denver7 News at 5PM | Tuesday, April 13
13 Blood Flow Issues Cause ED // Ride Side Medical Clinic
14 Private colleges report vastly different circumstances in admissions this year
15 A review of the week in admissions news
16 NACAC virtual college fair crashes
17 California law sheds light on how private colleges handle applications from alumni children
18 Will conversation turn to action when it comes to issues of racial equity in college admission?
19 Study: Asian students who don't get into first-choice college end up doing well
20 Colleges are flimflamming college students and parents about reopening in the fall (opinion)
21 Trump campaign files lawsuit asking judge to overturn or annul Nevada's presidential election results
22 ACT and SAT scores drop in 2020
23 Appeals court backs Harvard on affirmative action
24 University of California admissions scandal worsens
25 Survey: 40 percent of freshmen may not enroll at any four-year college
26 Applications jump to law and medical school
27 Judge denies temporary restraining order request by Trump campaign, Nevada Republicans to stop Clark County mail vote counting
28 ACT admits that test-optional admissions isn't going away
29 Algorithm used for IB scores this year blamed for students' low marks
30 Drop in college aid requests alarms educators
31 Author discusses new book on merit and higher education
32 Is banning school suspensions the 'bold' step Dallas needs to help Black students?
33 Colleges that went test optional for one year are now extending the time
34 What the Trump campaign's legal fights could mean for this election and overall public trust
35 Arts and entertainment workers begin #RedAlertRESTART campaign
36 Privacy Policy for Clark County Today
37 Injunction bars U of California from using SAT or ACT scores in admissions
38 Audit of University of California admissions shows real problems (opinion)
39 Election 2020 updates: Here’s what happened on Nov. 5
40 Affirmative action case against Yale is dropped
41 A flawed article points to some truths about admissions (opinion)
42 Justice Department sues Yale over admissions
43 Research universities join the test-optional movement, for at least a year
44 ACT settles class action for $16 million
45 Pitt Athletics Introduces Voting Matters Campaign
46 Pandemic has seen rise of test-blind admissions
47 What We Know About the Presidential Election Entering This Weekend
48 Election 2020 results: ‘We’re going to win this race,’ Joe Biden says as count continues
49 It's time to end legacy admissions (opinion)
50 Colleges reverse admissions offers
51 Common Application data show most applicants are not submitting test scores
52 Changes in SAT prompt discussion of future of the College Board
53 Clark County Public Health urges people to 'stay home' over the holiday weekend |
54 178,600 students registered for August SAT and are unable to take test
55 ‘An Indelible Stain’: How the G.O.P. Tried to Topple a Pillar of Democracy
56 Faculty face uphill battle adapting to needs of today's students
57 Hundreds of thousands who registered for SAT unable to take it
58 Why Covid-19 Could Force Colleges to Fix Their Transfer Problems
59 College Board kills Subject Tests and SAT Essay
60 The 2021 Education Power 100
61 NACAC issues report on standardized testing in admissions
62 On a Fourth Day of Counting, an Anxious Nation Keeps Waiting
63 Polarized Electorate, Energized Student Body Gear Up for Election
64 Trump uses powers of government in service of reelection, with pardoning and naturalization ceremonies
65 University of California votes to phase out SAT and ACT
66 One-third of high school seniors say they will defer or cancel rather than attend all-online college
67 What to know about Scott Perry, Trump's election plot, and Section 3 of the 14th Amendment
68 Experts consider how a new admissions test could change higher education
69 Is technology the best way to stop online cheating? No, experts say: better teaching is.
70 Colleges change policies and get personal to enroll students
71 Theresa Greenfield: 'Everybody deserves a shot'
72 Covid-19 Live Updates: Biden Officials Confront U.S. Vaccination Woes
73 Report: Dropping Financial Scores Would Help For-Profits
74 University of California president proposes dropping SAT/ACT
75 Trump’s Voter-Suppression Strategy Is a Crisis (Even If It Backfires)
76 Politics live updates: Sen. Lisa Murkowski is first GOP senator to call on Trump to resign
77 Colleges could lose up to 20 percent of students, analysis says
78 The student view of this spring's shift to remote learning
79 Online learning is not the future of higher education (opinion)
80 Protests Renew Scrutiny Of Clark County Sheriff’s Office Flag Stickers
81 The Attack on Voting in the 2020 Elections
82 Queens Council District Holds City's First Ranked-Choice Election
83 Student Health Services
84 California Coronavirus Updates: Confirmed COVID-19 Case At Yolo County Elections Offices
85 Admissions is in a state of uncertainty
86 Hidden in Plain Sight: Racism, White Supremacy, and Far-Right Militancy in Law Enforcement
87 CU's George Says Buffs Are 'Ready To Have A Fall Football Season'
88 Colleges get ready for an admissions cycle without mandatory testing (opinion)
89 Fall's best meteor shower to peak tonight
90 Students invited to work at Detroit polling locations
91 Changing federal guidance, logistical hiccups stall emergency grants to college students
92 First Look at Primary Results for NJ’s First Mail-In Election
93 Dirty Tricks: 9 Falsehoods that Could Undermine the 2020 Election
94 Coronavirus leads many colleges -- including some that are competitive -- to go test optional
95 Clark urges Baker to develop centralized vaccine preregistration system
96 A 'Word of Thanks' from Next
97 AP tests begin, amid controversies (
98 Loyola New Orleans goes test blind on admission
99 POLITICO Playbook: Trump's making a list, checking it twice
100 Many colleges are abandoning or downgrading student evaluations during coronavirus crisis. Will that stick?