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Why some rural universities are dropping dozens of programs

Many colleges and universities in rural America are slashing budgets as enrollment numbers continue to dwindle. And often, the first things to be cut are humanities programs like history and English. It's forcing some students to consider transferring to other…

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Deaf students in New Mexico connect reading to horses

My Little Horse Listener, an equine therapy facility in Los Cerillos, New Mexico, uses horses to help people strengthen relationships. Students from the New Mexico School for the Deaf recently visited to practice reading books to the horses.

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Rick Singer, college scam mastermind, set to be sentenced

The mastermind of the nationwide college admissions bribery scandal is set to be sentenced on Wednesday after helping authorities secure the convictions of a slew of wealthy parents involved in his scheme to rig the selection process at top-tier schools. …

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