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Fully Charged: Students can find success without a college degree

College is not the only path to the American dream, Kendall and Sheila Qualls say on this week's episode of Fully Charged. They discuss how...

Commentary: Bloated universities are the genesis of student loan fiasco

President Joe Biden’s irresponsible decision in late August to transfer over a half-billion dollars to wealthier Americans — aka student loan “forgiveness” — is...

Commentary: Top law school students still can’t handle different opinions

Law school students are again throwing tantrums over listening to speakers with whom they might disagree. Supreme Court scholar Ilya Shapiro, who was suspended just...

Commentary: Inside Minnesota’s plan to turn college students into anti-racist activists

It appears that higher education in Minnesota is slated to be jolted by its own internal “awokening.” For now better than two decades what’s...

Minnesota survey asking students about their ‘identities’ may violate state and...

A survey developed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education (OHE) for high school students may run afoul of federal privacy protections, according to...

Minnesota college scrubs name of influential scientist from arboretum because of...

A small college in St. Peter, Minnesota, has decided to rename its arboretum because of its namesake's alleged "scientific racism." The arboretum at Gustavus Adolphus...

The worst colleges for free speech in Minnesota

Rose Williams | Anna Miller The right to free speech on college campuses in America is no longer guaranteed, and Minnesota’s private universities are a...

2019 college grads in Minnesota carried an average of $31,856 in...

(The Center Square) - In 2019, Minnesota college graduates on average racked up $31,856 in student loan debt, the 11th highest average among the...