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New Burger King in Indiana Appears to Be Missing Something

New Burger King in Indiana Appears to Be Missing Something

A new Burger King has opened in Muncie, IN, but this one looks a little different than most other fast-food restaurants. According to the Star Press, the new burger chain…

State Audit Reprimands UConn for Spending $900,000 on Unused Software Licenses

State Audit Reprimands UConn for Spending $900,000 on Unused Software Licenses

According to a recent state auditor’s report, the University of Connecticut paid over $900,000 in software licensing fees for a program that the school barely used in the three years they…

School District To Use New Technology To Help Track Buses

School District To Use New Technology To Help Track Buses

It’s that time of year again, and school is back in session for a lot of areas around in the country. The Upper Adams School District in Pennsylvania is no…

Crushing Student Loan Debt Causes Many To Turn To Debt Management Programs

Crushing Student Loan Debt Causes Many To Turn To Debt Management Programs

Nearly every day, there are a number of news headlines highlighting the astronomical costs of earning a college degree. Student loan debts are at an all time high, which greatly…

Former Education Department Official Investigated for Possible Ethics Violations

Former Education Department Official Investigated for Possible Ethics Violations

Two Republican senators are asking the Obama administration for the former Education Department’s deputy undersecretary’s phone records and emails, owing to an ongoing investigation into possible ethics violations. Last year, The…

College Applicants Now Considering Degrees’ ROI When Selecting Schools

College Applicants Now Considering Degrees’ ROI When Selecting Schools

The acceptance letters have all come in, and now the deadline for most hopeful college applicants to make a final decision looms over the horizon. A string of studies, though,…

New Data Indicates Arts and Cultural Production Industry is Major Player in GDP

New Data Indicates Arts and Cultural Production Industry is Major Player in GDP

Not only is your art degree worth something, but it might be supporting a fair amount of the economy, or so suggests newly released statistics.According to data from the National…

Chili’s cancels fundraiser with National Autism Association

Chili’s cancels fundraiser with National Autism Association

Chili has canceled a fundraiser with National Autism Association after having sheer criticism on its official face book page. National Autism Association is a group which links autism to vaccination.…

Iowa Lawmakers Pass New Bill Broadening Definition of Bullying

Iowa Lawmakers Pass New Bill Broadening Definition of Bullying

Iowa lawmakers approved a new, anti-bullying bill early this morning. The Iowa Senate was largely divided on the legislation; even so, the controversial bill passed by a vote of 26 to…

Harsh Online Words Lead to the Tragic Death of Italian Teenager

Harsh Online Words Lead to the Tragic Death of Italian Teenager

“Kill Yourself.” “Nobody wants you.” “You are not normal.” Cyberbullying impacts millions of kids around the globe and today, in Italy, it prompted a 14-year old Italy to jump from an…

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