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Amy Klobuchar says she doesn’t support free 4-year college and called the Green New Deal and Medicare for All ‘aspirations’
Sen. Amy Klobuchar rejected progressives' call for free four-year college during a Monday New Hampshire town hall.
Bill and Melinda Gates said software is making school textbooks obsolete, and it could save college students thousands of dollars
Not only is technology making physical textbooks "a thing of the past," Bill and Melinda Gates wrote, but it's making education cheaper, too.
18 things new college graduates should invest in now instead of buying the cheap versions — according to a recent grad
Now that you've graduated and will have more disposable income, it's a good time to take a step back and reevaluate the way you shop and live. The value, both financial and emotional, of investing in long-term solutions rather than wasteful and unsustainable quick fixes cannot be understated.
Tax deductions and tax credits for college students can help offset the cost of school.
A college student thought her apartment had a ghost. But instead she found a man in her closet wearing her clothes.
The UNCG junior, identified only as Maddie by local media, heard a noise coming from her closet around lunchtime on Saturday and found the man inside.
The fake university was part of an operation to identify foreign students who were willing to participate in an illegal scheme to stay in the country.
A major US college is moving almost all of its library books off campus, and it represents a major change in how young people learn
Georgia Tech finished the first phase of a major library renovation that resulted in more than 95% of its physical books being moved off-campus.
A 34-year-old taught a college class on ‘adulting’ and found 3 major differences between herself and the youngest group of millennials
Georgia Tech professor Rebekah Fitzsimmons taught a class on "adulting" to members of the youngest group of millennials.
The name change of HBX, and Harvard's willingness to lend its name to the online platform, signals that online learning has hit the mainstream.
It probably doesn’t matter where you go to college if you’re a well-off white man, but the stakes are much higher for everyone else
Studies suggest that where you go to college doesn't matter that much if you're a relatively wealthy white man. But it can matter a lot for women.