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The Columbus DispatchMany colleges are offering more merit aid to recruit high-achieving students -- often, advocates say, to the detriment of low-income students. "With their relentless pursuit of prestige and revenue, the nation's public and private four-year colleges are...
The Dayton Daily NewsNick Harwell's Miami University football career is over. Harwell, who was arrested in March after an incident involving a former girlfriend, is no longer a student at the school after going through the on-campus Office of Ethics & Student Conflict...
Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro, Ky.Depending on how quickly another $3 million is raised to convert the former State Office Building to an International Bluegrass Music Center and Museum, an architect will eventually be hired to design the transformation. But whoever is selected for that...
Detroit Free PressOakland University has a new academic leader. OU President Gary Russi has named James Lentini as senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. Once approved by the OU's Board of Trustees, he will begin his job on July 8. In his new position,...
Tags: Politics, Music, Education, Entertainment, Harvard University
Hamilton JournalNews, OhioBLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The room is stocked with memories. Footballs and photos and newspaper clippings are part of the collection that is Bill Mallory's coaching career. He looks around his office and smiles. Regrets? How could he regret any of this?...
The News & ObserverThe videos are short but the message is powerful. The public service announcements, made by both the Carolina Hurricanes and Duke University, support the You Can Play Project, an advocacy organization seeking an end to homophobia in sports. Hurricanes...
Hamilton JournalNews, OhioThe waters of the Great Flood of 1913 had not yet peaked before the relief effort started. Local historian Jim Blount delivered "Hamilton In Crisis: Who Came to the City's Rescue After the 1913 Flood" on Tuesday afternoon to a full house in the Butler...
The BladeName: Laura Schetter is a third-grade teacher/conservation educator/co-leader of the Eco Club at Wildwood Environmental Academy in Maumee and also teaches four online graduate courses for Miami University's Project Dragonfly. The Holland resident was...
The Dayton Daily NewsNew government data showing the amounts U.S. hospitals' charge Medicare for certain procedures confirm what consumer groups have suspected for years: hospitals, even in the same or nearby communities, can charge wildly different amounts for the same...
Carolyn Marie Hauck, a retired Enoch Pratt Free Library staff member who encouraged patrons to explore films and the arts, died of dementia complications at the Pickersgill Retirement Community. The longtime Mount Vernon resident was 89. Born in...
The Dayton Daily NewsFormer homeless man Ted Williams' message to the crowd at the Celebration of Service Expo Friday at Miami University Middletown was one of hope, love, God and change. He lost a family and promising radio career because of drug and alcohol additions, had...
The Dayton Daily NewsThe man with a famous name and a distinguished voice will be in Middletown Friday. Ted Williams, the former homeless man from the Columbus area who was discovered to have "a golden voice," will meet with residents at Hope House, the city's homeless...
Tags: Middletown, Theft, Substance Abuse, CBS Corp., Phil McGraw
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