“Florida G.I. Bill” revised to ease costs of education for veterans
May 28, 2015 | Benjamin Paley | University Press
A revision to a Florida bill that took effect May 21, 2015 helps out-of-state veterans afford a college education by automatically qualifying them for in-state tuition rates.
Hazlewood deal uncertain, but key lawmakers hopeful
May 28, 2015 | Kiah Collier | Statesman
After much talk and effort, the Texas Legislature could very well end up doing nothing to address a rapidly growing program that waives tuition for military veterans and their families at the state's public colleges and universities — a benefit many are calling unsustainable in its current form.
What's Left After Higher Education Is Dismantled
May 28, 2015 | Mike Konczal |Rolling Stone
The two big higher-education stories this month couldn't be more different. On one hand, you have financier Stephen A. Schwarzman donating $150 million to Yale to build a state-of-the-art campus center. On the other, you have Corinthian Colleges declaring bankruptcy under a flood of allegations of fraud and abuse, leaving 77,000 students demanding student debt relief for the "subprime education" they received.
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. -- Class of 2015, congratulations! In June of 2011, 1,113 of you stood on the blue footprints at the base of the core values ramp. Today, 840 will march across the stage at Falcon Stadium, well prepared to start a career in service to the nation. The past four years have been tough and for good reason. The Air Force you will lead faces innumerable challenges and you have to be prepared. The U.S. Air Force Academy's program pushed you to your intellectual and physical limits and beyond.