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President Barack Obama Helps Prisoners Obtain Pell Grants Via Controversial Pilot Program

26 minutes agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

President Barack Obama is helping prisoners pay for college via a $30 million Second Chance Pell Grant Pilot program. Under the programs, prisoners who are within five years of a release date can will be eligible for a $5,815 yearly Pell grant. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Rules Affirmative Action is OK

Categories: Politics Science Sorta transcript: The Supreme Court has just handed down a few judgments, including one regarding the constitutionality of race-based college admissions. Abigail Fisher was a high school student whose grades... (Read more...)

Cubs P and TCU Alum Jake Arrieta Loses Bet, Will Get Coastal Carolina Tattoo

Tattoo bets are no joke. Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta is about to find that out. TCU, the 30-year-old ace’s former school, lost its chance to reach the College World Series finals after losing Saturday night’s game to Coastal Carolina,...Show More Summary

Football: QB David Sills begins practice for El Camino College on Monday

Quarterback David Sills has finally made it to Southern California but not in the way anyone envisioned it happening. In 2010, as a seventh-grader, Sills was offered a scholarship by then USC Coach Lane Kiffin and committed. By 2014, Kiffin was long gone and Sills ended up signing with West Virginia....

Surprise, Surprise: Chanticleers, Arizona Set for CWS Finals

2 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

All those SEC and ACC heavyweights are long gone from the NCAA Tournament, and the last two Big 12 teams went home this weekend. The College World Series championship comes down to two teams that were not expected to even make it to Omaha, let alone the finals.

Tyshon Fogg to Rutgers: Scarlet Knights Land 4-Star LB Prospect

Tyshon Fogg, a 4-star outside linebacker from Calvert Hall College, committed to Rutgers on Sunday in a Twitter announcement: Fogg, who stands 6'2" and weighs 216 pounds, is the No. 6 player in the state of Maryland, the No. 15 player at his position and the No. Show More Summary

UNBELIEVABLE: Liberals at this university are calling these things HOSTILE ‘Microagressions’

Left-wingers in our colleges and universities have simply gone insane. Now they are claiming Christmas and golf are “microaggressions” and “racist” and should be banned. The Daily Caller tells us

5 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Curious About Learning This Summer

This is an image of my six year old's "decorated" alphabet. He gets to write his letters like this because we work on letters at home. I'm a former university professor, and I spent nearly 20 years teaching freshmen in college. One of...Show More Summary

Disability? In College? Advice on Talking to Professors

Many of my students with documented disabilities hand me an accommodation letter and run from the classroom. This doesn't help me really understand what they need.

5-star wide receiver lands insane 63-inch box jump

College football is still months away, but that doesn’t mean players are taking it easy. They’re in the gym, preparing, (...)

Clinton's gamble on gun safety is paying off

Last fall, after the latest mass shooting—this one at an Oregon community college that killed nine people—Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton decided to go all in on the gun issue. No doubt it was a personal as well as a political decision. Show More Summary

College Football Countdown: No. 61 Ohio

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2016 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team. Today at No. 61: Ohio Coach: Frank Solich...

2016 College Football QBs with the Strongest Arms

Arm strength is just one attribute in a huge list of ones that make quarterbacks great, but it's a big-time asset to have. The ability to fire passes all over the field—short and intermediate ones in tight spaces and the long-range missiles that lead to huge touchdowns—can't be overstated. Show More Summary

This Week In College Sports Biz: Ohio State Capitalizing On Cavs' Win, Big Ten TV Deal And More

If LeBron James had played college basketball, he would have played at Ohio State. Despite not having actually attended the school, James has been a visible supporter of the athletic department in recent years. The men's basketball team wears his Nike shoe line and his logo appears on their uniforms, [...]

President Obama: 12,000 Inmates to Receive Pell Grants for College Study

Even though Congress banned providing financial aid to prisoners in 1994, as many as 12,000 prison inmates will be able to use federal Pell grants to finance college classes next month, the White House announced on Friday. The $30 million Second Chance Pell Grant pilot program, announced by President Obama, will be available to inmates […]

For Discussion: Study Shows That Affirmative Action Is Disproportionately Beneficial To White Women Than Blacks

Study Shows That Affirmative Action Is More Beneficial To White Women The Supreme Court of the United States once again ruled affirmative action in college admissions should continue as they always have, striking a second blow to former mediocre University

GREAT MOMENTS IN LACK OF SELF-AWARENESS: Obama previews stump speech: No time for ‘charlatans.’ F…

GREAT MOMENTS IN LACK OF SELF-AWARENESS: Obama previews stump speech: No time for ‘charlatans.’ Flashbacks: The styrofoam columns. Barry’s Imaginary Girlfriend from his college days. The multiple names he’s been known by. Obama’s bio while at Harvard listed him as “Born in Kenya.”

DMCA Showcases Local Maritime Leadership

 Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) showcased Dubai's global maritime leadership in the presence of a high-level delegation from City of Glasgow College

10 Benefits of Playing Video Games

From Edmond Pang: This is my college’s final project for motion graphic design. The theme is pixel art, and the title is 10 benefits of playing video games. Hope you guys enjoy it :) [Edmond Pang | Via Dueling Analogs]

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