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Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Here’s how to get a handle on your own gratitude ... Become aware of the good in your life and celebrate it, no matter how small it seems. Journal it One of the best ways to make gratitude part of you... read more

Transcript: Read the Full Text of the Undercard CNBC Debate in Boulder

We’ve cut our budget 26 percent ... cutting pollution. You do a little back of the envelope. We produce, per dollar GDP, about one-fifth of the CO2 and other pollutants that China produces. So we’re f... read more

How Not To Reform The NCAA

They made ... Deadspin, I laid out one of my guiding principles: that we can know more about people’s true priorities by what they choose to spend their own money on than by what they say they value. ... read more

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Rich get richer in college sports as poorer schools struggle to keep up

Andrew Zimbalist, an economist at Smith College and a sports-business expert, is among many academics who say ... percent more on athletes' tuition and expenses, and 57 percent more on coaching salari... read more


The new North-South divide: public higher education

Four of the five states where a community college costs the most for the poorest students are southern: Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina ... year by $26 million, resulting in a 6 percent incr... read more

BU 2015–2016 Tuition and Room and Board to Increase 3.7 Percent

“We acknowledge the very substantial financial investments made by parents ... increase is one of the lowest among peer universities. By comparison, tuition and fees will increase 4 percent at Georget... read more

The Latest: Florence now a Category 2 storm, still dangerous

In South Carolina, 2 percent of stations had run out and in Virginia, 1 percent. DeHaan says truck stops and major chains with bigger supply systems are more likely to have ... It's a big one." The pr... read more

How the Shutdown Is Starting to Impact Schools

More ... money if the shutdown goes beyond March, said Jeff Simering, the director of legislative services at the Council of the Great City Schools, the Washington-based organization that represents 7... read more

University of Michigan looks to out-of-state students to subsidize low in-state tuition increase

Its non-resident tuition has increased 55.2 percent. Even prior to the increase, U-M was one ... say the growth is due to demographic trends in Michigan — state high schools are producing fewer gradua... read more

Power 5 conference schools made $6 billion last year as gap between haves and have nots grows

Andrew Zimbalist, an economist at Smith College and a sports-business expert, is among many academics who say ... percent more on athletes' tuition and expenses, and 57 percent more on coaching salari... read more

Baylor's Shawn Oakman: The Gigantic Man Behind the Meme

"More money, more problems," Oakman says. "I just want to be a kid for one more year. My family has been poor their ... linemen high in the draft in recent years. Houston took South Carolina's Jadeveo... read more

Food for Thought: Do you know what steak you're getting?

The team mapped the genes of more than 70 strains of yeast used around the world ... Finding My Own Recipe for Recovery” by Adrienne Kane Two weeks before her college graduation, Adrienne Kane suffere... read more



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