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New Obama Regulations Takes Second Shot at For-Profit Schools

Administration’s new rules could jeopardize 840,000 students’ education, put 1,400 programs at risk.
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Major Papers 15-1 against For-Profit Education

New York Times, USA Today, LA Times echo liberal attacks.
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NBC Highlights College Student Fighting for Right to Carry Gun on Campus

In a surprisingly favorable gun rights story on Thursday's NBC Today, correspondent and weekend Today host Erica Hill profiled Dartmouth College student Taylor Woolrich "in Washington D.C. ...
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Politico Spins Education Debate, Underestimates Grassroots Opposition

Despite more than 15,000 comments criticizing new regulations, Politico reported only 1,500 as part of anti-industry attack.
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NBC Fears Colleges Becoming 'Islands of Intolerance' As MSNBC Cheers How Commencement Speakers 'Drop Like Flies'

While a Thursday article posted on MSNBC.com celebrated college commencement speakers who "drop like flies" due to to "feisty campus dissent," on Friday's NBC Today, correspondent Peter Alexander ...
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NBC Touts Anti-Gun Professor Asking: 'When May I Shoot a Student?'

Reacting to Idaho passing a law to allow teachers and students to carry guns on college campuses, Thursday's NBC Today promoted a Boise State University professor opposed to the legislation who ...
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Student Loan Hype: Networks Focus on Debts 245 Percent Higher than Average

 When ABC, CBS and NBC broadcasts mention what graduates owe, they go to extremes. 
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What Does the New York Times Have Against Texas A&M?

The Times makes another attack on the "conservative" student body of the rare right-leaning college campus: "While many undocumented students found Mr. Zelaya’s campaign inspiring, his defeat ...
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Occupying the Classroom: NYU to Offer Class in Occupy Wall Street

Media's favorite protest to become a college course, despite irony of OWS classroom walk outs and protests of student loans.

Media Ignore Labor Attacks on Catholic Colleges

National Labor Relations Board Declare Manhattan and Xavier Colleges 'Lack Substantial Religious Character,' to Force Unionization
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