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Danielle Miller missed a jumper, and Aley Rohde couldn't convert the putback...Miller had 11 points but was 3 of 14 from the field and missed all four of her 3-point attempts...The Lady Rebels led by 16 points in the first half and 33-23 at halftime.
Prospective students were seeking higher education in the field of criminal justice, and Sterling College is answering the demand...The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice will be offered at Sterling College starting in the fall of 2014, with
Jahii Carson had 23 points and Jermaine Marshall added 18 points as Arizona State used a dominant second half to pull away for a 78-56 rout of DePaul on Friday night. Carson, a 5-10 guard, was 9-of-16 from the field and also had nine rebounds and
She is the first female athletic director in the school's 55-year history...Kunzer-Murphy, 60, has served interim athletic director since July, replacing Jim Livengood. Neal Smatresk ended the search to find a permanent athletic director...The
After 10 years at the helm of Ryerson University, president Sheldon Levy announced this week that he won't be returning for a third term. Since he started at the school in 2005, he built a reputation as a city builder, leading the university as it
With the rising cost of a private school education, combined with the public system's big push to improve its standing locally and nationally, students are flocking to campuses all over the state. Interest and enrollment is up not only at the system'
Gordon Gee is returning to West Virginia University as interim president, five months after retiring from Ohio State University after remarks he made jabbing Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools were made public. The West Virginia
More black students in California are earning bachelor's degrees than a decade ago, but enrollment in the state's public universities is stagnant and many are turning to costly for-profit schools, according to a report released this week. The road to
Therefore, I believe we must remove students from the Net Migration Target as most are here for only a short time," he said last evening. Noting that the opportunity to participate in education, and gain skills, must be available to all, Lord Paul
Hispanic community leaders showed in force Thursday and successfully lobbied the Clark County School Board to fill an empty board seat with the candidate they support Stavan Corbett. The School Board's six members unanimously chose Corbett, who's