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Monthly Archives: January 2008

Financial Aid in the News

Financial Aid in the News

The Times‘ roundup of the financial aid story can be found here. Inside Higher Ed here. The Daily D here. Bloomberg here.

FAQ for Current Students on the New Financial Aid Policy

FAQ for Current Students on the New Financial Aid Policy

This was just blitzed out by the financial aid office in their announcement of the policy changes: CURRENT STUDENTSFREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT NEW FINANCIAL AID INITIATIVES Q: Which of the… Read more »

Dartmouth Updates Financial Aid Package

Dartmouth Updates Financial Aid Package

In an attempt to keep up with the other Ivy League schools, Dartmouth announced significant changes to its financial aid package. Details from the College’s press release: No Tuition for… Read more »

William and Mary’s Boards of Visitors

William and Mary’s Boards of Visitors

The College of William and Mary might have its governing board reorganized along the lines of Dartmouth’s. The board has seventeen members, twelve of whom are alumni. Currently, the governor… Read more »

Vet. Hart Tries to Get More Vets into College

Vet. Hart Tries to Get More Vets into College

In today’s Nashua Telegraph: Only about 10 percent of veterans go back to school, Hart said. As of last month, the American Council on Education had helped nearly 200 military… Read more »

Dartmouth and Sexism

Dartmouth and Sexism

Nathan Empsall ’09 writes the Wayward Episcopalian blog. For quite some time it mostly focused on Katrina relief efforts, a subject close to the author’s heart as he has spent… Read more »

Should the State Fix This?

Should the State Fix This?

William Schpero continued his peerless coverage of Trustee issues in Friday’s Daily D. There is also considerable discussion about this on the post directly below. Also, remind me again why… Read more »

Bloomberg Pregames Today’s Legislative Meeting

Bloomberg Pregames Today’s Legislative Meeting

Article here on Mooney’s bill coming before its committee today.

Capital Campaign Surpasses $1 Billion

Capital Campaign Surpasses $1 Billion

The College’s press release here.

SAD, so sad.

SAD, so sad.

Buried towards the end of an article in today’s Daily D about reviewing the SEMP guidelines is a terrifying harbinger of things to come: The Assembly also said it plans… Read more »