Ride for Change Minority Scholarship Application
The Ride for Change minority scholarship is now taking applications from all graduating, minority senior high school students in the Lawton, Fort Sill area. For all the details and to apply for the scholarship click here. The deadline for entry is fast approaching, you'll have until Wednesday, March 31st (03-21-21) to complete and turn in your application.
A Student is Suing OSU Over Their Bat Problem!
This is one of the craziest stories I've heard in awhile. I guess it's somewhat common knowledge that OSU (Oklahoma State University) has a bat problem. I say somewhat common because I had no idea, but when I started telling others about it they were like "Yeah, who doesn't know that." Well, I didn't know until just now. I guess the campus has bats living in the buildings and all over the place, including the dorms themselves.
Fed-Up Professor Quits, Fails Entire Class
Irwin Horwitz is not your typical college professor. Horwitz failed every one of his students in his strategic management class at Texas A&M Galveston and then sent them all a blistering email letting them know they'd be receiving an F, while also ripping their behavior to shreds and revealing he's done teaching the course. ...
Texas To Try New College Ed Plan
Lawmakers in Texas are exploring affordable-education options for people under the financial hammer of the nation’s exploding tuition rates. The most controversial option is a bachelor’s degree for $10,000, which would cover tuition costs and textbooks.
College Football 2012 – Week Seven Recap
This was another exciting week in college football, including monster upsets, big rivalry games, close finishes and even a little controversy that could play into the national title mix. Here are all the highlights from this week in the Top 25.
Which College Is the Best for Military Veterans?
A recent survey conducted by Military Times Edge ranks which colleges are best for military veterans. Most of the schools making the list were public, including 51 of the 59 highest ranking four-year schools. The top five four-year schools included Concord University, taking the number one spot, Eastern Kentucky University at number two, Rutgers in third, California University of Pennsylvania
What Are America’s Most Expensive Colleges?
Forbes, along with the Center for College Affordability & Productivity, tallied up the cost of tuition, books, transportation, computers, and room and board to determine the new list of America’s most expensive colleges. And some of them may surprise you.
New High School Allows Students to Earn College Degree and Land Job with IBM
The IBM International Foundation and the New York City Public Schools have collaborated to create the new Pathways in Technology Early College High School, which will open in September. Dubbed “P-Tech,” students can earn a standard four-year diploma, or opt to stay for two extra years — after which they’ll graduate with an associate’s degree in computer science from CUNY’s College of Technology (
What College Has Been Named the Top Party School in the US?
Pop another keg in Athens, Ohio because Ohio University has been named the top party school in the nation by a student survey in the Princeton Review’s annual ‘Best Colleges’ edition. Ohio University has made the best party school list 12 times since 1997, but this marks the first time it ranked number one. The University o ...