For many top graduates of the Boston Public Schools, the journey to college and beyond is filled with obstacles that often derail their dreams. When the Boston Globe tracked down BPS valedictorians from the classes of 2005 to 2007, they found about a quarter failed to get a bachelor’s degree. None went on to medical school, even though nearly one in four hoped to become doctors. This reporting inspired a local nonprofit: The Valedictorian Project. Their mentorship model is expanding,...
Levis said back in July that Duddy planned to follow him to Nashville, where she was intending to pursue being an influencer before trying to get into nursing school, after he was taken by the Titans.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WHLT) - A Southern Miss student has died after an incident at the university's parking garage in Hattiesburg on Thursday, September 28, according to officials. In a message to faculty and staff, University of Southern Mississippi (USM) President Joseph Paul said University police are investigating the death of the unidentified student, but no 
With technology changing by the nanosecond, so is the demand placed on the nation’s electrical grid. That coupled with the retirement of the Baby Boomer generation is resulting in a surge in demand for people familiar with the electrical trades. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a 9% increase in the national workforce is […]
University of Southern Mississippi Police are responding to an incident near the parking garage on the Hattiesburg campus involving a Southern Miss student. The student has been transported to a local hospital. UPD reports that there is not an associated criminal threat to the campus community; nevertheless, please avoid the area this evening. Student
This weekend, you're invited to celebrate student success and raise funds at CityFest at Fresno City College.
It has become exhausting to catalog the ways in which higher education has lost the plot. The DEI loyalty oaths. The way conservatives get harassed, threatened, and subjected to double standards. Plenty of professors acknowledge they’d be less likely to hire colleagues who are Republican or evangelical.