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New Arizona State-edX MOOC: Another blow to traditional college

New Arizona State-edX MOOC: Another blow to traditional college

Stuart M. Butler | May 4, 2015 7:30am

In late April Arizona State University (ASU), in partnership with edX – the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) provider launched in 2012 by Harvard and MIT –  580 more words

Public Universities

Move out programs help students donate to local communities

As residence halls and apartments clear out at the end of the school year, programs across the country give students the ability to donate unwanted items to their local communities. 354 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

Sodders continues family baseball legacy at RCC

Posted: May 27, 2015 | Written by: Edith Noriega

Left handed pitcher Austin Sodders, the youngest and the last to carry on the name has since lived up to the potential of his name since joining the Riverside City College baseball team. 405 more words

Sports

Does The Universe Have A Purpose?

TAKEN FROM:  JOHN TEMPLETON FOUNDATION
SUPPORTING SCIENCE-INVESTING THE BIG QUESTIONS

DAVID GELERNTER
David Gelernter Professor of computer science at Yale and a National fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. 943 more words

Bible

In Memory of a Fallen Sun Devil

The disturbing facts of Pat Tillman’s story are well-known, and yet we go over them repeatedly—in the face of the hagiography—in search of answers to unsettling questions. 679 more words

War Culture

So Millennial

Coon’s Bluff is my new favorite spot and these are some of my favorite people.

And after we got in touch with nature, we went and ate tacos…naturally.

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