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Here’s what President Trump means for your student loans

by Molly Hensley-Clancy President-elect Donald Trump has said he plans to make dramatic changes to the student loan system, handing control of federal

Bulk of world’s child deaths in just 10 countries: study

by Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS, FRANCE | AFP – Sixty percent of the 5.9 million children under five who died last year were

Novel idea? Browsing through a ‘Human Library’

by Melissa Zhu

SINGAPORE | AFP – It was her boyfriend’s sister’s wedding and 20-year-old Chan See Ting wanted to look good.


The smart way to argue with your young teen

by Andrea Petersen

The most formidable adversary in an argument may be a young teen.

Between the ages of 10 and 13, conflicts

History and hyperbole: What young reporters witnessed covering Trump

Reporting by Brian Stelter

NEW YORK – The defining image of the Trump campaign is the Trump rally: unpredictable, raucous, filled to capacity.

Rutgers student newspaper fires columnist for writing ‘Illegal Alien’

Editorial staff appears to have terminated a conservative writer who questioned their judgment

Opinion by Candice Greaux

As reported in The

HCC Interior Design students take top honors

HOUSTON – The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has chosen two students from the Houston Community College (HCC) Interior Design program as

UH receives $1.45 Million boost to prepare STEM teachers

by Lisa Merkl

HOUSTON – Answering the call for more high school math and science teachers, the University of Houston is using a

Rich countries ‘confident’ of meeting climate finance pledge

PARIS, France | AFP – Rich countries, which have pledged $100 billion (91 billion euros) every year from 2020 for poor countries to

Son beaten on school bus “driven out of US by Islamophobia”

Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani is a twice-Fulbright scholar who works in counter-terrorism

by Rachel Revesz, The Independent

A Muslim man who works in counter-terrorism has