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Money begets money: Increased funding for computer science will prove beneficial for Wisconsin

As universities struggle to keep up with increasing demand for computer science, government has a duty to fund these programs

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Race-blind decisions don’t exist in a society that has always been anything but

Following Texas Tech's decision to repeal affirmative action policies, recognition of racial bias inherent in higher education is vital

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Natural Light’s unnatural solution to the student debt crisis

Natural Light, other private companies generously aid with student loan repayment — but is that a solution for this problem?

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Changes in attitudes toward higher education must prompt changes within institutions

UW Stevens Point aims to cut majors with low enrollment, but still integrate liberal arts in meaningful way

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University’s focus on employability makes demise of the ‘well-rounded student’ inevitable

University is trending away from its purpose, but students should not give up hope

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Historical Society speaker discusses higher education through the mind of Jefferson

Turns out our third president had more than one revolutionary idea in mind

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Rollback of restrictions on for-profit colleges exploits vulnerable student populations

If guidelines are repealed, corrupt institutions gain an opportunity to further profit instead of students

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GOP tax reform hits closer to home than students think

Education is a privilege that, because of the tax reform, will become much less accessible for middle, lower class families, students

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There are 69 million eligible millennial voters, so why aren’t candidates talking about college affordability?

In first two presidential debates, 'college' was mentioned only four times

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Conservative report’s cookie cutter vision of college is limited

Higher education is more than just studies: Less costly college is a necessity, but not at expense of holistic education