The Paper Trail


July 2009


Counselors Ride in the Tour d'Admission

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Across the Atlantic, the world's best cyclists are competing in the Tour de France. In Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware, six high school guidance counselors from across the country are participating in the "Tour d'Admission," a 12-day, 400-mile bicycle tour of more than a dozen colleges in the ...

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University of Delaware
Johns Hopkins University
Minnesota
Delaware
Pennsylvania
sports
cycling
college admissions
colleges
education

Court Will Settle Confusion Over School Names

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If you live in central Indiana, the odds are that you've been pretty confused by recent TV commercials promoting the "new" Franklin University. But Franklin University is different from Franklin College, the 175-year-old liberal arts institution in Franklin, Ind., and that's why Franklin College

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colleges

The Antioch College Comeback

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Call it a comeback. After having its operations suspended for the past two academic years, Antioch College will begin admitting new students as soon as 2011, Inside Higher Ed reports.

Leaders of the failed college's alumni association and the Antioch University Board of Trustees announced on Tuesday ...

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colleges

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