WTMJ: Survey Shows The Pandemic Impacted College Major Choices
According to a survey by Intelligent, 42% of incoming freshmen said the pandemic influenced their choice in major.
Amid political upheaval, FL college students establish roots elsewhere
Education has been a hot political topic in recent years, and now some Florida college students say the impact has become personal.
University now offers social media degrees for aspiring influencers
A college in Carlow, Ireland, will begin offering Bachelor of Arts degrees in content creation and social media.
Princeton to create new financial aid to make attendance affordable
Under the new program, attendance will be free for students from families earning up to $100,000 a year.
Brett Favre will testify under oath in Mississippi welfare misuse case
Brett Favre will give sworn testimony in October as a defendant in a lawsuit involving welfare money recovery.
Here's why you may not have received the Emergency Alert System test
Federal law mandates that the FCC and FEMA conduct a system test at least once every three years. So, what can you do to prepare for the next one?
Multiple victims reported in Massachusetts shooting
The Holyoke Police Department responded to the downtown area around 1 p.m. after getting multiple calls for help.