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College Diversity: A New Ranking

The New York Times recently announced yet another ranking, this one a “College Access Index,” measuring accessibility for students with high financial need. The index measures the number of students receiving Pell Grants, percentage of students who graduate within six years, and the average net price paid by parents earning between $30-48,000. 170 more words

Michigan Tech Moves Up In University Rankings

HOUGHTON — Officials at Michgian Technological University say the Upper Peninsula school continues to move up in the annual rankings of the best colleges and universities from US News & World Report magazine. 404 more words


Samford ranks No. 3 in 2015 US News annual rankings

BIRMINGHAM (Samford) — Samford University in Birmingham is once again ranked 3rd in the South in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report annual college rankings. 146 more words


What Maywood's Police Chief Thinks About Ferguson, Michael Brown Murder

(Police aiming at a protester in Ferguson’s business district on August 11, 2014. Photograph by Scott Olson for Getty. Below, Maywood Police Chief Valdimir Talley. Photograph by Michael Romain for the Village Free Press). 914 more words


To Help Parents Age Well: US News & World Report: Best Hospitals 2014-2015

Again this year US News & World Report has published its Best Hospitals issue. Of the 17 hospitals to make the 2014-15 Honor Roll, top honors in  214 more words

Aging Parents