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University Of Minnesota Research Allows a Person’s Thoughts to Move Robotic Arm

Dec 15, 2016 AM EST Researchers from the University of Minnesota have successfully developed a way to let a person control a robotic arm, using only the mind, without remotes or the need for invasive procedures.

Marijuana Use Among Teens Declining, Survey Says

Dec 15, 2016 AM EST An annual survey has found that marijuana usage among younger teens at an all-time low in years.

Here’s a List of Colleges Where Early Applications Lead to Acceptance

Dec 14, 2016 AM EST Applying early to certain colleges would give students a better chance of being accepted says a survey.

College Career Services Considered Helpful Only by Small Percentage of Graduates: Report

Dec 14, 2016 AM EST Of the number of graduates who say they've visited the college career services office at least once as an undergraduate, only a small percentage say it was very helpful.

5 Disciplines College-Bound Students Should Develop

Dec 14, 2016 AM EST Here's a list of disciplines and atittudes college-bound students should develop before leaving high school, experts say.

Bachelor’s Degree In Added Fat? Study Finds Students Gain Extra 10 Pounds Throughout College Life

Dec 13, 2016 AM EST A new study has found that, contrary to the widely-believed "Freshman 15" myth, college students gain extra 10 pounds throughout their whole four years in school.

‘What’s The Catch In Income Share Agreements?’ – Students and Parents Suspicious, Report Says

Dec 13, 2016 AM EST Income Share Agreements, the hot new way for students to pay for college education, is as controversial as it is promising. While the new college-funding option is lauded by students, their parents ...

Thinking Of Transfering? Here Are 3 Expert Tips To Find The Best College

Dec 13, 2016 AM EST College education prepares a student for future life. It equips one with skills and relevant aptitudes necessary for a great career ahead. Indeed, college is a great stepping stone for bigger ...

Student Ditches College Dorms, Builds Own House Instead

Dec 12, 2016 PM EST Joel Weber, a design major at the University of Texas in Austin, built his own house for a small amount compared to paying for expensive college dorms.

More Than Half Of U.S. College Students Hungry, Universities Respond By Putting Up Food Pantries

Dec 12, 2016 PM EST With the rising cost of college education, many college students are faced with various financial problems including not just tuition, but also education-related expenses such as books and other ...

Student Conference Teaches Young Students Prepare For Future After College

Dec 12, 2016 PM EST School teaches students various skills and equips them with knowledge for promising careers. Learning about finances and how to handle it, however, helps them make great investments for their future ...

Large Percentage of College Students Face Housing, Hunger Threats, Report Says

Dec 10, 2016 AM EST A new report found that a large percentage of community college students face threats in housing and food.

Despite Falling in Popularity, English Major Sees Increase in Starting Salary

Dec 10, 2016 AM EST Now that fewer students want to major in English, the major has seen an increase in the starting salaries that its degree holders have.

Ohio Lawmakers Approve Carrying of Concealed Weapons in College Campuses

Dec 10, 2016 AM EST Lawmakers in Ohio approve a bill that allows the carrying of concealed weapons in college campuses and other public areas.

Kevin Garnett Wanted to Go to College – and Have ‘Showtime’ Cover it

Dec 08, 2016 AM EST Retired NBA great Kevin Garnett reportedly wanted to go to college - and have Showtime film his college life for TV.

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