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Provost Hai-Lung Dai
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Temple’s Provost Removed Amid Aid Funding Shortfall

Temple University’s provost Hai-Lung Dai was removed Tuesday amid a $22 million shortfall in financial aid, the Inquirer reports. Dai has been “relieved of his administrative responsibilities, […]

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University of Delaware Considers Changing Spring Break Schedule

Officials at the University of Delaware are considering an alteration to the school’s spring break schedule, according to a report from the Associated Press. The change […]

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Faculty Across 14 Pennsylvania Universities Could Vote on Strike

A union representing faculty at 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania is discussing the possibility of a strike. The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties […]

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Go Residential and They Will Come: CCP’s Plan to Hook Foreign Students

The area at 15th and Hamilton streets may become “home sweet home” to the hundreds of international students the Community College of Philadelphia hopes to […]

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Katie McGinty Wasn’t Really the First in Her Family to Attend College

Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty has frequently claimed throughout her campaign that she was first in her family to attend college, but a BuzzFeed report released Wednesday shows […]

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Penn Is Now Noting Disciplinary Violations on Student Transcripts

Last week, the University of Pennsylvania announced that students who violate its academic integrity, student conduct or sexual violence codes will no longer be eligible for […]

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The Philly Area Schools That Rejected Barack Obama’s and Tom Hanks’ College Applications

I was reading something the other day — I can’t remember what, because the Internet has made reading 80,000 things a day way too easy […]

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White House Social Secretary Deesha Dyer to Speak at CCP Graduation

From West Philly to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue; Deesha Dyer is our own hometown success story. The Washington Post describes her as “a girl from a […]

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CCP, Kutztown U. Get Muzzle Awards for “Stifling Free Speech”

In the movie business, one award that you don’t want to get is the Golden Rasberry. Known as The Razzies, they are bestowed upon the worst films […]

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Ursinus Isn’t the Only College With Hundreds of Sick Kids

We thought kids these days only communicated over their iPhones and existed curled on their beds in miserable isolation, but we must be wrong, since […]

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Two Philly Colleges Among Best at Bridging Gap Between Humans and Computers

While technology is made to advance, it’s also made to be accessible. UX Design, an emerging field of computer science and engineering, is closing the gap […]

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Survey: Today’s College Freshmen Are Leftist, Altruistic, Money-Hungry and Very Likely to Protest

  If it seems like every time you look, those crazy kids at Penn and Princeton and Swarthmore and Temple are protesting something … they […]

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96 Ursinus College Students Now Reporting Stomach Infection Symptoms

About 96 students have reported having symptoms of a stomach infection at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., and at least 22 of those students had to be treated […]

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Local Colleges Still Losing War Against Student Drinking

Pity the poor American institution of higher learning. Student drinking on campuses leads to property damage, arrests, injuries and deaths, hazings, and a tsunami of reports of […]

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Just How Buzzed Are Pa. College Students?

Pennsylvania ranks among the nation’s Top 10 states in the rate of both drug and alcohol arrests of college students. The numbers, from a new […]