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As costs rise in Frederick, artists worry they'll be pushed out of the community they helped to create

Many, like ... her degree. Hoffman also thinks that cost-of-living in Frederick can be a drawback for young artists, even though she has no current plans to leave the county. To a large degree, she sa... read more

It Just Got Easier to Cut College Costs with a 529 Savings Plan

Someday even earning a formal degree might be totally free, as presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has proposed ... No one knows what a college education will look like in 18 years, so money stashed a... read more

America Needs to Restore Dignity of Work

It is not necessarily a desire for the old things, for low-tech assembly lines, male-only colleges, or debilitating labor disputes. It is a desire for an old promise, that no matter what America looks ... read more

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Southward Bound: As Art Institutions Explore New Frontiers in South L.A., Communities Brace for Change

“We’re afraid that if you create an entertainment district without various displacement-prevention plans, you create gentrification ... the Underground Museum has strived to draw visitors who live in ... read more


Innovative Real Estate Development Projects Tackle L.A.’s Challenges

Laurie has put the finishing touches on a gated development of 94 single-family homes, which, thanks to government subsidies, will cost ... might be too pie-in-the-sky for some. But the projects ... read more

The Daily 202: Two in three Republicans would rather see a shutdown than Trump compromise on the border wall

They’re joined by 40 percent of all men, and 50 percent of white men who did not graduate college ... and Chuck Schumer plan to offer Trump $1.3 billion in funding for a border fence — far short of th... read more

Iowa students drop union push amid challenge, fearing rollback of Obama-era wins

After the election, Grinnell announced plans to appeal, arguing that students should not be considered ... publications like the Huffington Post, Vice News and Vox Media has raised the profile of labo... read more

Companies will hire 700,000 seasonal employees this year. At UPS, some of them are bound for the C-suite.

The idea of a part-time package handler climbing up to vice president might seem quaint in 2018, when economic data has more or less ... sighted," Poland said. "You'll save money this month or next mo... read more

Marco Rubio Has Some Fresh New Ideas For Us

Higher education reform: We count ridiculous classes on pop culture as credits toward college degrees, but not wood shop ... by low-cost online engineering courses might suit them better than a more e... read more

USC unveils plans to renovate dining halls

“The only thing I don’t like is [Café 84] is going to be swipe in and swipe out, and I won’t have a meal plan next year ... Klinger said the dining hall has not undergone significant change since he w... read more

Transfer students build supportive community for themselves at USC

And you feel like ... moving from a small college to a large university like USC might feel overwhelming at first. Murray said she is lucky to be in a specialized major. Her choral music program at th... read more

‘Light for everyone’: Indigenous youth mount a solar-powered resistance

Solar might seem like an odd ... communities, but not at the cost of our way of life and not under these conditions.” The cooperative’s pursuit of energy sovereignty has been two-pronged ... read more



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