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Student Loan Rates Could Double

College students' interest rates are at the mercy of Congress.

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Lawmakers Study Hathaway Scholarship Fund

The Hathaway Scholarship program to help eligible Wyoming students pay their college tuition is backed by a $500 million fund that has been growing faster than the amount of money being awarded to students.

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State Budget Concerns For Community Colleges

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — One of the leaders of the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee says funding for community colleges could be a tough issue for lawmakers during the upcoming budget session

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Fraudulent Student Is Jailed for Falsely Listing Harvard on His Resume

Adam Wheeler, a former Harvard student kicked out of the university for false statements on his admissions application, has been sent to jail for including the school on his resume when applying for a job. For violating this condition of his probation, he now faces a possible two-year sentence.

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Which College Is the Best for Military Veterans?

A recent survey conducted by Military Times Edge ranks which colleges are best for military veterans.

Most of the schools making the list were public, including 51 of the 59 highest ranking four-year schools. The top five four-year schools included Concord University, taking the number one spot, Eastern Kentucky University at number two, Rutgers in third, California University of Pennsylvania at number four and University of South Florida coming in fifth.

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Georgia’s Shorter University Requires Staffers to Pledge They Aren’t Gay

The 200 staffers at Shorter University, a Christian college in Rome, Georgia, are now required to sign a “Personal Lifestyle Statement” that, among other things, forces those employees to say they aren’t gay. Anyone refusing to sign the statement is subject to termination.

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