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Check out some of the best recent articles that we’ve come across.
Discover how financial aid helped this Gustavus Adolphus College senior and first-generation student realize her potential and college goals.
Learn about three innovative new undergraduate majors being offered by Concordia College, Concordia University and Macalester College.
Explore the work of two Augsburg University MBA grads to provide real-time legal guidance to drivers in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Find out how well our colleges graduate Pell Grant recipients in four years compared to the state systems as well as nationally.
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A few articles we think are worth reading
Read how the expansion and renovation of the Nobel Hall of Science was designed with student-student and student-faculty interaction in mind.
Learn about the campaign to persuade federal lawmakers to double the maximum Pell Grant to keep college affordable for lower-income families.
Explore the new clinical mental health counseling master's degree program at Bethany Lutheran College in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Find out how well the class of 2019 fared within one year of graduation.