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Report Highlights Financial Aid Discrepancies

Those who think that working hard in school and earning good grades are enough to get a student to college are apparently mistaken. According to a report by the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance to the United States Department of Education, many low-income students’ needs for financial aid are going unfulfilled in two-year and four-year state colleges as well as four-year private colleges.
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Students Describe Experience of Globalization Conference

As two environmental studies majors who have spent time abroad studying environmental design, issues of globalization and corporate power are important to us. On the weekend of Feb. 24, the International Forum on Globalization held a conference in New York City entitled “Technology and Globalization,” which we attended. Central themes of this teach-in were free trade, biotechnology, media and culture, military and space technology and new directions. John Cavanagh of the Institute of Policy Studies described the conference’s purpose as, “the design and promotion of alternatives to the present destructive, corporate technological model.”
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Report Highlights Financial Aid Discrepancies

Students Describe Experience of Globalization Conference