Collegiate coaches moving forward through coronavirus concerns

Athlete eligibility and scholarship availability are two of the biggest questions college coaches are now tasked with moving forward as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the United States.

For Some Students and Schools, SATs and ACTs Are Optional

Since the mid-1900s, the SAT and ACT have been staples for many high school students’ college applications and two of the exams most accepted by a majority of schools as proof of classroom capabilities. However, data shows that the number of colleges requiring standardized testing from students is steadily dropping.

Libertarianism Attracting College Students, Others, Looking for Political Alternative

Libertarianism is becoming especially popular among younger voters, many of whom are tired of the stalemate between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, as evidenced by the 16-day government shutdown.

Ban Bottled Water? Not So Fast, Maryland College Administrators Say

As the nation becomes more environmentally aware, some anti-bottled water groups are convincing colleges and universities to halt bottled water sales in favor of reusable, eco-friendly alternatives. The idea is catching on across the country, but many Maryland college sustainability officials aren’t sure it’s a good idea.