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Bowling event will celebrate National School Choice Week

6:24 PM Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014

The Ohio Virtual Academy will mark National School Choice Week with a bowling event on Friday. The local event is one of more than 5,500 taking place nationwide, the school said. It is open to any family interested in learning about the Ohio Virtual Academy — an online public school that provides students computers and other materials...
Purdue suspect pleads ‘not guilty’
 As law enforcement and others continue to establish a motive into Tuesday’s deadly encounter inside a Purdue University classroom, new details showed the alleged killer targeted his victim and was prepared to surrender to police after committing his actions. Cody Cousins, a 2008 Springboro High School graduate, sat calmly in court Thursday...

11:46 PM Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014

As law enforcement and others continue to establish a motive into Tuesday’s deadly encounter inside a Purdue University classroom, new details showed the alleged killer targeted his victim and was prepared to surrender to police after committing his actions. Cody Cousins, a 2008 Springboro High School graduate, sat calmly in court Thursday...
40% of Ohioans need remedial math or English in college
 Forty percent of Ohio high school graduates weren’t ready for college-level math or English when they entered one of the state’s public colleges or universities in 2012, according to new data from the Ohio Board of Regents. That represents more than 20,000 Ohioans who paid tuition in college for what they should have learned in...

9:19 PM Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014

Forty percent of Ohio high school graduates weren’t ready for college-level math or English when they entered one of the state’s public colleges or universities in 2012, according to new data from the Ohio Board of Regents. That represents more than 20,000 Ohioans who paid tuition in college for what they should have learned in...
Judge enters ‘not guilty’ plea for Springboro grad; victim shot, stabbed
 Saint Frances Cabrini Parish in West Bend, Wis., released this statement on behalf of the family of Andrew Boldt. A former Springboro man, accused of killing a classmate at Purdue University on Tuesday, stood calmly in court today as Superior Court Magistrate Sean M. Persin entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf. The suspect, Cody Cousins...

6:42 PM Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014

Saint Frances Cabrini Parish in West Bend, Wis., released this statement on behalf of the family of Andrew Boldt. A former Springboro man, accused of killing a classmate at Purdue University on Tuesday, stood calmly in court today as Superior Court Magistrate Sean M. Persin entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf. The suspect, Cody Cousins...
Obama targets college sexual assault epidemic
 President Barack Obama told the nearly 22 million American women who have been sexually assaulted, “You will never be alone… I’ve got your back,” as he pledged new resources to prevent the crime. The president turned his focus to college campuses — where women are “at a particular risk of being sexually...

11:23 PM Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014

President Barack Obama told the nearly 22 million American women who have been sexually assaulted, “You will never be alone… I’ve got your back,” as he pledged new resources to prevent the crime. The president turned his focus to college campuses — where women are “at a particular risk of being sexually...
Cedarville president says university hasn’t changed
 Before Cedarville University President Thomas White took office, the university had faced questions from some about its future direction. Cedarville’s president of 10 years, Bill Brown,  White, only the fourth president since Cedarville affiliated with the Baptist denomination after 66 years as a Presbyterian school,  Today, he says...

4:45 AM Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014

Before Cedarville University President Thomas White took office, the university had faced questions from some about its future direction. Cedarville’s president of 10 years, Bill Brown, White, only the fourth president since Cedarville affiliated with the Baptist denomination after 66 years as a Presbyterian school, Today, he says...
Blind student sues Miami University
 A Miami University junior, who has been blind since birth, says she has struggled academically to complete her zoology degree because new technology used by the school is not accessible to her. This is a common problem today for blind students on college campuses, advocates say, and has prompted Aleeha Dudley to take legal action against...

5:33 PM Monday, Jan. 13, 2014

A Miami University junior, who has been blind since birth, says she has struggled academically to complete her zoology degree because new technology used by the school is not accessible to her. This is a common problem today for blind students on college campuses, advocates say, and has prompted Aleeha Dudley to take legal action against...
RISE conference brings financial leaders to Dayton

5:05 AM Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014

During his junior year of college, Andrew Brackmann will rub elbows with the nation’s most prominent financial minds. Brackmann is among the University of Dayton undergraduates organizing the 14th Redefining Investment Strategy Education forum, known as RISE. The event — which organizers say is the largest student investment conference...
Lawmakers look for ways to encourage college savings

5:00 AM Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014

Use an online calculator to see how much a 529 account can grow based on how much you want to contribute at MyDaytonDailyNews.com Ohio lawmakers hope to reduce record student loan debt with a sweeter tax deal to entice families to save for higher education. Ohio college graduates borrowed an average $29,037 in 2012 — a record amount...
Historic fraternity no longer recognized following hazing incident
 Wilmington College has barred a local fraternity accused of a The Quaker college imposed its most severe penalty — that it will never again recognize Gamma Phi Gamma as a campus organization. The Greek group, which celebrates itself as the nation’s oldest local fraternity, has existed since 1907, according to its website, but...

7:08 PM Thursday, Jan. 02, 2014

Wilmington College has barred a local fraternity accused of a The Quaker college imposed its most severe penalty — that it will never again recognize Gamma Phi Gamma as a campus organization. The Greek group, which celebrates itself as the nation’s oldest local fraternity, has existed since 1907, according to its website, but...
Police search for evidence in murder of Beavercreek man
 Police in Puerto Rico continue to search for the killer who fatally stabbed a Beavercreek man early Monday while his family vacationed for the Christmas holiday. Police used divers Tuesday to search the Caribbean Sea coastline along the popular beach town of Rincón for a murder weapon and other evidence stolen from the vacation resort...

9:54 PM Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013

Police in Puerto Rico continue to search for the killer who fatally stabbed a Beavercreek man early Monday while his family vacationed for the Christmas holiday. Police used divers Tuesday to search the Caribbean Sea coastline along the popular beach town of Rincón for a murder weapon and other evidence stolen from the vacation resort...
Antioch wins re-accreditation, prepares for new president
 Antioch University Midwest will start 2014 with a new president to lead the campus, a new online program to serve students and newly won re-accreditation that will carry the school through the next 10 years. The focus will be on offering affordable, high-quality degree programs that are more accessible to more adults in the area, said Chancellor...

5:05 AM Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013

Antioch University Midwest will start 2014 with a new president to lead the campus, a new online program to serve students and newly won re-accreditation that will carry the school through the next 10 years. The focus will be on offering affordable, high-quality degree programs that are more accessible to more adults in the area, said Chancellor...
OSU works with local hospitals on deadliest cancers

5:05 AM Friday, Dec. 27, 2013

Mike Osgood lost his voice unexpectedly in summer 2012. He tried throat lozenges for two weeks before seeing his doctor — but that checkup eventually led him to a specialist, a chest scan, surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. “I just lost my voice,” the Dayton resident said. “There was no indication of anything else...
WSU gets $5.5M to help Saudi Arabia school create new program
 A medical school in Saudi Arabia will pay the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine $5.5 million for its expertise to create a medical program. Through a three-year agreement, Wright State will help the Unaizah College of Medicine of Qassim University create Saudi Arabia’s first Doctor of Medicine program. It will be...

1:57 AM Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013

A medical school in Saudi Arabia will pay the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine $5.5 million for its expertise to create a medical program. Through a three-year agreement, Wright State will help the Unaizah College of Medicine of Qassim University create Saudi Arabia’s first Doctor of Medicine program. It will be...
College students graduated with record debt in 2012

5:00 AM Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013

Tips for borrowers College students in Ohio are accumulating more debt than ever to pay for their bachelor’s degrees — a record $29,037 for the class of 2012, according to newly released data. That again put Ohio in a category of “high-debt states,” according to the Project on Student Debt. In Ohio, 69 percent of students...
Universities graduate students today

3:49 PM Friday, Dec. 13, 2013

More than 75 people from the Springfield area will be among those graduating from Wright State University today. A total 1,735 students — who range in age from 20 to 67 — will receive their degrees or certificates during the fall commencement at the Wright State Nutter Center. Graduates from Urbana University, Clark State Community...
2,300 area graduates to receive college degrees

5:05 AM Friday, Dec. 13, 2013

Nearly 2,300 students will graduate from Wright State University and the University of Dayton this Saturday during commencement ceremonies at the schools. A total 1,735 students — ranging in age of 20 to 67 — will receive their degrees or certificates during the fall commencement at the Wright State Nutter Center. Grace Curell...
Wittenberg modernizes technology infrastructure

5:00 AM Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013

Wittenberg University is upgrading its wireless Internet capabilities to better meet the demands of students and staff on campus. The private university expects next month to wrap up the project improving the network infrastructure — part of a $6.5 million plan approved in October 2012 to modernize campus information technology over...
Dayton gets $200K to increase college attainment

5:05 AM Thursday, Dec. 05, 2013

Dayton was selected as one of 20 cities across America that will receive $200,000 to support its goal to increase the number of residents with a college degree or certificate that will connect them with a job. Dayton joins Cincinnati, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Memphis and others as the first cities to receive this backing...
Edison marks 40 years
 Edison Community College Edison Community College marks it 40th anniversary this year — and the growth of the school from a start-up in rented space to an institution that has a $32 million economic impact on Miami County. And the future holds even more for the college, which now serves 3,000 students a year. Edison has formed new partnerships...

5:05 AM Wednesday, Dec. 04, 2013

Edison Community College Edison Community College marks it 40th anniversary this year — and the growth of the school from a start-up in rented space to an institution that has a $32 million economic impact on Miami County. And the future holds even more for the college, which now serves 3,000 students a year. Edison has formed new partnerships...
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