Special Education Teachers In Demand As IDEA Funds Increase

Special Education Teachers In Demand As IDEA Funds Increase

The demand for more special education teachers grows as new proposals for special education funding are awaiting approval from the White House. The pending increase in funding is part of a multi-layered proposal for the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is approved. A recent proposal was released by the White House and is divided into




Cavalier Daily Elects First All Female Managing Board

Cavalier Daily Elects First All Female Managing Board

The Cavalier Daily has elected its first ever all female Managing Board after a 126 year history of male leaders managing the college newpaper. The University of Virginia’s student run newspaper welcomes students Julia Horowitz, Dani Bernstein, Chloe Heskett, Lianne Provenzano and Allison Xu to helm the ship while cranking out top quality campus news.


#BlackLivesMatter Becomes More Than A Movement In New Dartmouth Class

#BlackLivesMatter Becomes More Than A Movement In New Dartmouth Class

Students attending Dartmouth College will have the opportunity to delve into the real issues behind the #BlackLivesMatter movement with the collaborative course, 10 Weeks, 10 Professors: #BlackLivesMatter, this spring. According to The Dartmouth, the course will be taught by 15 of Dartmouth’s professors from 10 different academic departments. Professors of anthropology, history, women’s gender studies,



Dartmouth University Announces Plans To Ban Hard Liquor On Campus

Dartmouth University Announces Plans To Ban Hard Liquor On Campus

Dartmouth University has announced the intent to ban hard liquor on campus after coming under scrutiny for hazing and an investigation for possible Title IX violations. President of Dartmouth, Philip Hanlon, said in a speech on Thursday “Colleges and universities across the country face the issues I’ve detailed today. We’re not alone in facing them,


CUNY’s Graduate Center Stops Using ‘Mr.’ and ‘Ms.” on Official Correspondence

CUNY’s Graduate Center Stops Using ‘Mr.’ and ‘Ms.” on Official Correspondence

The City University of New York has decided to discontinue use of titles such as “Mr.” and “Ms.” when sending out correspondence to students attending the university’s Graduate Center. This change is being made in an attempt to be more gender inclusive and sensitive to the students who wish to go by something other than


ASU’s ‘Problem of Whiteness’ Course Stirs Up Controversy and Conversation

ASU’s ‘Problem of Whiteness’ Course Stirs Up Controversy and Conversation

The new English class at Arizona State University, U.S. Race Theory & the Problem of Whiteness, is causing quite a stir as it opens up a dialogue between students enrolled. The course currently has 18 students enrolled and is being taught by assistant professor Lee Bebout. Professor Bebout intends to delve into what the concept

U. of Illinois Professor Supports Open-Source Textbooks and Writes His Own

U. of Illinois Professor Supports Open-Source Textbooks and Writes His Own

Textbooks prices are increasing and Jonathan Tomkin, associate director of the University of Illinois of Earth, Society and Environment, decided to give his students a break by writing a textbook of his own and offering it for free online. Tomkin and two professors from the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Illinois


Charles M. Blow’s Son Stopped By Yale Police At Gunpoint And He’s ‘Fuming’ About It

Charles M. Blow’s Son Stopped By Yale Police At Gunpoint And He’s ‘Fuming’ About It

Tahj Blow, the son of well-known New York Times op-ed columnist and author, Charles M. Blow, was reportedly stopped by the Yale campus police at gunpoint as he was leaving the library on Saturday evening. Blow took to Twitter soon after hearing of his son’s experience and his shared his frustration with his 122,000 followers

Rice U. Senior Turns Dorm Into Giant Ball Pit and Redefines What It Means to Be A ‘Grownup’

Rice U. Senior Turns Dorm Into Giant Ball Pit and Redefines What It Means to Be A ‘Grownup’

College senior David Nichol has balls…lots and lots of colorful, plastic balls. 13,000 to be exact and all of them are presently residing in his Rice University dorm room. Nichol decided to take the advice of his favorite XKCD comic strip, “Grownups,” and drop $500 on thousands of plastic balls in August. Why? Because it’s


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