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The Art Institutes have long served as a cautionary tale for fledgling artists and designers seeking an affordable, versatile art school. Once enrolled, Art Institutes prove to be anything but affordable, saddling graduates with upwards of $75,000 of student debt.Read more »
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In cities like New York, flood zones have crept further inland, offering a small preview of the rising tides to come.
The headlines and reports surrounding the case furthers the critical conversation about "Fifty Shades of Grey's" stances on gender roles, sexuality, and violence.
From apartheid in South Africa to the genocide in Darfur, divestment has long been an avenue for attempting to influence social movements. Now advocates for gun violence prevention are using the same tactic.
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The future of for-profit colleges does not look too bright, and many would argue that is a good thing.
Dubbed as the Corinthian 15, a group of former Corinthian students has declared a public war on exploitive student loans.