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Welcome to the latest issue of Law Admissions Q&A, a feature that provides law school admissions advice to readers who… Welcome to the latest issue of Law Admissions Q&A, a feature that provides law school admissions advice to readers who send in enquiries. If you have a question about law school admissions, email us for …

An Associate’s Degree in Business Administration meets the needs of the community 08/17/21 Students considering a career in business will now have more options for earning a degree from the Wright School of Business at Dalton State. The business school now offers an associate degree with a focus on business administration. …

December 09, 2021 LUMBERTON – After the Robeson County Shootout ran for December 34 in a row, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of the county’s holiday basketball tradition last year. So coaches, players and administrators were all the more excited when Robeson County Public Schools hosted the annual Shootout Luncheon on Thursday. “COVID …

Belfast, Maine – Through a new partnership, students in Midcoast Maine can now earn associate’s degrees or certificates from the University of Maine at Machias (UMM) at the Hutchinson Center at the University of Maine in Belfast. Registration is now open for programs starting in fall 2021 and scholarships may be available. Three UMM associate …

Seattle Fire Department Chief Harold Scoggins Seattle Colleges, Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle Fire Department Chief Harold Scoggins, and the city’s Department of Education and Early Learning recently announced a new Associate of Science degree program fire at North Seattle College. This program will be the only one of its kind in King County and is …

November 14, 2021 Similar to any competitive race, Saturday’s Mayberry, 10K, 5K Half Marathon in Mount Airy produced an array of winners, but the community as a whole arguably took home the biggest prize. “This event is huge for our sport tourism efforts here at Mount Airy,” City Parks and Recreation Director Darren Lewis said …