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NCAA Pulling Championships Out of New Jersey Over Gambling

 

The NCAA announced Monday that it would move its future championship events out of New Jersey after the state adopted new rules to allow gambling on sporting events.

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Should Colleges Ban Hazing? — Survey of the Day

The stated goal of college fraternities and sororities is to promote brotherhood and sisterhood among their members. In many of these organizations, hazing of pledges is a technique that is used to build these bonds. Occasionally, though, this hazing gets out of hand, and a pledge is seriously injured or worse. So, should colleges ban hazing to protect their students?

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College Student Returns $690 Million Check

Because his late father was an Air Force veteran, 22-year-old Allen Smith gets a check from the VA every month. The $650 helps pay his college expenses but, like many students, he could always use some more.

He got a lot more earlier this month, when he opened his VA check and was staring right at the staggering sum of $690 million.

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What Are the Most Expensive Colleges in America? — Dollars and Sense

The cost of higher education is getting, um, higher.

Campus Grotto recently released its annual list of the most expensive colleges in America and according to their statistics, the cost of attending just one year at the most expensive college hit a record high tuition this year at over $60,000.

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What Colleges Have the Lowest- and Highest-Paid Graduates? — Dollars and Sense

The dream of many college graduates—to earn a good-enough starting salary to pay off student loans without being rendered homeless or forced into starvation—comes easier or harder depending on where they graduate.

With that in mind, which American colleges offer the worst possible opportunity for a earning a decent entry-level salary, and which offer the best?

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What’s a Boilermaker, and What Does It Have to Do With Purdue?

Have you even been watching a University of Purdue football or basketball game and found yourself wondering what their nickname, the Boilermakers, means?

According to legend, the nickname dates back to the late-19th century when the school perennially routed nearby Wabash College at football, and Wabash supporters wound up hurling derogatory names at their competition. The town began calling the Purdue team things like "a great big burly gang of corn-huskers," "rail-splitters," "foundry molders" and "log-haulers."

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Marching Band Displays ‘Gangnam Style’

It's true -- everybody likes Psy's 'Gangnam Style.' This latest (and perhaps most impressive) version is performed by the Ohio University marching band. And although Korean rap doesn't necessarily translate to

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Research Finds That Life Is Just Plain Better If You Graduate from College — Here’s Why

It is a given that college graduates make more money. In fact, according to a new OECD study the average college graduate in America earns over $20,000 a year more than their counterparts without a degree, making the United States one of the best countries in the world to have completed college.

But it turns out there are even more benefits to college.

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Bowdoin: Best Cafeteria

Maine’s Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, offers the best campus food in the country. That according to a new surevey released by the Princeton Review. According to Delish.com "...the cafeteria caters to vegetarians and carnivores alike. And students get to take charge by decorating their own cupcakes, designing their own omelets, and squeezing their own glasses of fresh OJ."

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