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For the second year in a row Nikon is offering scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students in the US and Canada
Quizlet is stepping up their study game.
An oral history of the NYC rock and roll revival, featuring The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, LCD Soundsystem and more.
Backroads is now accepting applications for 2019's Trip Leaders Positions
Amazon knows that paying $99 for Amazon Prime is hard for college student's, but they found a way to sweeten that deal.
After the suspension of MSU's Sigma Chi Fraternity in June of 2017, the school moves to ban hard alcohol greek-wide.
Four Southern California men were arrested this week for inciting riots in last year's Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
Participate in the Third Annual International Day of Action Against Conrtact Cheating on October 17.
Phi Kappa Phi makes studying abroad possible for 75 students per year. Apply by September 15 and you could be one of them.
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Textbook prices have nothing on us.
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"First, We Make the Beast Beautiful" is a great summer read for those who struggle daily.
Advertising Age is partnering with Kia Motors America to feature design talent from certified art schools all over the country with the "Kia's Driving Creativity" contest.
The conservative majority FCC allows the Obama era policy regarding equal access and treatment of the internet to expire after its intial repeal decision last December.
The largest democracy in the world is planning to ban single-use plastics in order to combat climate change and pollution.
The conservative head of government resigns amidst his own political party's scandal.
Trumps newest move, in regards to the Trade War.
The Evergreen State is going to compete in the healthcare insurance market.
Controversies ranging from racism to assault plague UNLV.
The Mountain State is helping out its youth and their futures.