3 hrs ago
College fair invites New Bedford students to start thinking ahead
"I'm basically looking to better my future," said the New Bedford High School sophomore, among an estimated 200 people who attended the school's annual college fair Wednesday evening.
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8 hrs ago
The Southtown Star
Several local residents were named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.
12 hrs ago
464 teachers still eligible to complete banned DVD course
Education Minister Karen Casey said while professional development is important, the Drake University courses don't meet the province's standards for upgrading.
Drake University classes banned as upgrade for N.S. teachers
Education Minister Karen Casey says while professional development is important, the Drake University courses don't meet the province's standards for upgrading.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Des Moines Register
How the Culver Center changed one student's life
This is a story about a high school senior and the former United States senator who changed her life.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
They Took the Fast Track
With three young children at home and his legal education costs mounting, Adam West, a third-year student at Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, wasn't looking forward to five unpaid months while he studied for the bar examination and awaited admission to practice after graduation.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Ebola spreading across Africa at - unprecedented' rate
According to Rueters, the country faces an Ebola epidemic on an unprecedented scale and is battling to contain confirmed cases now scattered across several locations.
CBPA relinquishes accreditation
In a student meeting on Monday, April 7, the College of Business and Public Administration announced the withdrawal of its accreditation from the professional accrediting organization, the Association to Advance College Schools of Business, due to its lack of compliance with a research productivity standard.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Fairfield Ledger
Initiative set to bring back pollinators
Iowa's Blank Park Zoo is teaming up with 10 organizations to introduce Plant.Grow.Fly., a conservation initiative to bring back native pollinators.
Drake Business School Leaders Give Up Accrediation For One Year
The Des Moines Register says officials at the Des Moines school intend to reapply in spring 2015 to the accrediting body, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
B.A. Morelli wrote a new blog post: Iowa DOT looking to test rest area exercise equipment
The Iowa Department of Transportation plans to seek a sponsor to pay for exercise equipment at the westbound Interstate 80 rest stop near Wilton.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
8th Cir. axes $900K verdict because lawyer told personal law school sex-harassment story at closing
A $900,000 jury award in an employment discrimination case, including $600,000 in punitive damages, has been reversed by a federal appeals court because a lawyer for the plaintiff during closing arguments told of her own personal experience with sexual harassment as a law student.
Professor analyzes Taylor Swift and pop culture
Convinced that Taylor Swift is the epitome of 21st century-America, Professor Craig Owens of Drake University said Swift is flattening out in terms of innovation.
Internship search process emotionally trying
It's April, which means everyone is in that painful no man's land of waiting to hear if you got that summer internship.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Publisher of LGBT Paper Windy City Times Wins Life Achievement Award
In a landmark for LGBT media, the cofounder of Chicago's leading LGBT newspaper will be recognized next month, along with two prominent general media figures, with a Lifetime Achievement Award for excellence in Chicago journalism.
Spring break an opportunity for service
For many students at Drake University, spring break is a time to kick back and relax on a warm sunny beach or catch up with old friends from home.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Beautiful Bulldog contest enters 35th year on campus
On April 21, Drake University will answer this question by crowning the 2014 winner of its 35th Beautiful Bulldog contest held in the Knapp Center.
Case Asap gives chance for schools to share wisdom
Johnny Morgan, sophomore secondary mathematics education major, stands up to tell what is important to him March 29 at the CASE ASAP conference during an after lunch leadership session in the Colonial Ballroom.
Warmer weather brings fun fashions to campus
Spring is in the air, and that means trading winter coats for long sleeve T-shirts, light jackets and cardigans.
Local Talent in Young Performers Concert
The Oskaloosa Symphony Orchestra and Conductor Tony Chang will present the annual "Young Performers Concert" at the George Daily Auditorium on Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. This concert features three outstanding soloists performing with the Oskaloosa Symphony Orchestra.