Home Jenny


Who’s cooking? Louisville chef rising to the top on Food Network’s ‘Best Baker in America’ – courier journal

If you are following the journey of Louisville baker Jackie Joseph on The Food Network’s “Best Baker in America,” you know she has thrown her apron into the ring with every intention of rising to the top. On Monday, she’ll enter round three of the eight-episode baking competition. The winner of the show will receive More Info »

ECPI student couldn’t afford a car so he rode his bike roundtrip 10 miles each day to school – 3WTKR

Student bikes for four years VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – 22-year-old John Paul Hipolito said he did not have enough money for a car so for years he rode his bike to college in the heat, rain and once in the snow all while trying to avoid being hit by cars. He rode 10 miles round More Info »

Brand-new welding program begins next month at Lincoln Technical Institute – news12 The Bronx

The first class of a brand-new welding program at Lincoln Technical Institute in Mahwah starts next month. Campus President Robert Paganini says there’s a need for skilled welders since growth potential in the field is expected. Paganini says those enrolled in the program will be welding every day, virtually if not in person. “As part More Info »

Arizona State’s Success Story: Model or Mirage? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Michael Crow champions his campus as a new ideal. But does much of it simply boil down to cost control? Higher education faces a cascade of challenges. Twenty-one states cut their postsecondary budgets during the pandemic year. Recent data show undergraduate enrollments slipping and enrollments at two-year colleges down by more than 10 percent. Low-income, More Info »

Home Share 8 Higher Education Student loan borrowers perplexed by Biden administration’s continued defense of Trump-era lawsuits – The Washington Post

Amanda Kulka expected her six-year fight for student loan cancellation would be over by now. Powerful allies, including a state attorney general and a federal judge, agreed that she and other students in Massachusetts had been defrauded by the defunct for-profit chain Corinthian Colleges. The courts even granted all 7,200 of them a full discharge More Info »

Appeal coming, Florida Coastal School of Law says after federal student aid cut off – jacksonville.com

Florida Coastal School of Law will appeal a U.S. Education Department decision to end federal student aid to its students, the college’s president said in a release emailed Friday night. “[T]hey called us reckless and irresponsible with the students’ futures which could not be further from the truth,” said Peter Goplerud, who is also dean More Info »

Anthology Scenario Planning Forecasts Institutions’ Economic Futures – Campus Technology

A new feature in Anthology’s Academic Economics tool uses predictive analytics to help institutions plan for possible financial futures. Anthology Academic Economics tracks financial data for academic programs and courses, analyzing factors such as net tuition revenue by students per academic program, revenue and expenses by program, and tuition discount rate by program, all to More Info »

Massage Therapist Manipulated Ohio State Football Players for Sex – Inside Higher Ed

An independent Ohio State University investigation found that an off-campus massage therapist was manipulating and exploiting football players for sex in a scheme that ran from 2018 to 2021, according to a Thursday press release from the university. The massage therapist’s license was permanently revoked by the state, the press release said. The university’s investigation, More Info »

Wild admissions ride: What 2020-21 may mean for fall – UB

A chaotic application cycle, punctuated by pandemic changes, led to some unique solutions that may remain in place heading into 2021-22. What occurred during this year’s admissions cycle was almost impossible to predict. Pandemic fallout, steep declines in first-year student enrollment and a lack of face-to-face time with prospective students led to unprecedented uncertainty that More Info »

Beneath the surface, a crisis for working women and mothers in college – The Hill

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the careers of women, with an estimated 3 million having left the workforce over the last year. The crisis has been especially trying for working mothers, with more than half saying their job performance has slipped during the pandemic. Fortunately, the news is brighter on college More Info »