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Three Ohio colleges are among the U.S. Department of Education's list of private, four-year universities with the highest tuition.
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Again this year, Evolution Theatre Company, in celebration of Columbus PRIDE 2014, will present two plays in tandem, both by New York playwright Rich Orloff, a native of Chicago, and an Oberlin College alumnus.
A local attorney has filed eight lawsuits against ITT Technical Institute in the last three months on behalf of former students who claim the school uses deceptive practices and offers sham degree programs.
He's a beagle who spouts off a bark or two, but then greets strangers with a wag of the tail.
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation trustees signed off on more than $1.5 million in grants, including $500,000 to support entrepreneurship programming at Oberlin College and $200,000 to support microlending in Summit County through the Economic and Community Development Institute.
Ruth Bolinger of Experience Works spoke to the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Tuesday morning about a program for people who are over 55 and needing work.
The investigation could be finished and results released by the end of July or early August, said college President William Abare Jr. He said the college wanted to do more than what was required, so faculty members have been looking at data back to 2004.
Calling all type lovers! Want to take your type skills to the next level? Denise Bosler's upcoming course Better, Faster Type will merge the theoretical and practical, helping you go deeper in all of your design endeavors.
Cynthia M. Nickoloff, of Elyria, passed away, following a courageous battle with cancer, Sunday, July 6, 2014, at her home, with her husband and daughter by her side.
Pullbacks for the stock market have been few and far between lately, but investors have seen a fairly substantial downward move in stocks over the past couple of days.
Shares of ITT Educational Services reached a new 52-week low on Tuesday , Analyst Ratings.Net reports.
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The dozen campuses that for-profit education company Corinthian Colleges Inc. is closing operate under the Everest name and are scattered in 11 different states, including Indiana, the company announced Tuesday.
Ever been to one of those bars where there's a two-drink minimum order? It usually means there's a band or strippers for the entertainment, and it generally means the show is a good one.
Honolulu Councilman Ikaika Anderson has announced the formation of a working group that will decide whether to reopen the Haiku Stairs and Stairway to Heaven.
AG RELATIONS COUNCIL ANNOUNCES 2014 GOLDEN ARC WINNERS Jul. 7, 2014 Source: Agricultural Relations Council news release Winners of the Agricultural Relations Council 2014 Golden ARC Awards Contest were announced June 26 at the organization's annual professional development meeting in Madison, WI.
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