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Commentary: College 101

College freshman across the country are full of excitement and apprehension at this time of year. Commentator Jill Vaughan remembers lots of confusion in her introduction to college.  Go to full article

Students to Lobby Albany Against College Aid Cuts

SUNY students, faculty and union leaders will head to Albany Monday talk with their legislators about proposed tuition hikes that, some critics of the increase say, could leave hundreds of students no choice but to drop out of school. State University Day is expected to attract hundreds of representatives from various SUNY campuses, including Joe Price, President of the Student Government Association at SUNY-Potsdam. David Sommerstein talks with Price about his concerns of possible tuition increases and a decrease in TAP assistance.  Go to full article

Students Object to Tuition Hikes

State lawmakers object to Governor Pataki's plans to raise tuition and cut student aid at New York's public colleges and universities. The fiscal committee of the state legislature held hearings yesterday on the higher education portion of the governor's budget. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Tuition could be raised at University of Vermont

As we reported last week, a Univeristy of Vermont education could be getting more expensive soon. Jody Tosti has more on the college's rising cost of tuition.  Go to full article

SUNY Students Angry About Possible Tuition Hikes

The state's business lobby says it's in favor of tuition increases for students at New York's public colleges. That stance has angered some students at the State University of New York. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Going Hungry for the Hungry

The staff of a college radio station in Plattsburgh went on a hunger strike of sorts Saturday, collecting nearly a thousand cans of food for charity. Martha Foley talks with station manager Andy Cox, who says they reached their goal over the weekend.  Go to full article

North Country College Campus Vigils

Candlelight vigils and memorials are being held today at college campuses across the North Country to commemorate 9/11. Community gatherings are being held on campuses this evening. Martha Foley reports.  Go to full article

Local College Enrollment Up

The North Country's colleges and universities are welcoming a near record number of new students to their campuses this year. That's good news for tight budgets. But as David Sommerstein reports, schools have different ways of dealing with the influx of students.  Go to full article

Insurance for College Kids

As September rolls around, many students are getting ready to head off to college. As Jody Tosti reports, from health to car insurance, parents may want to check out their policies before sending their teenager off to school.  Go to full article
Horizons participants learn robotics design, programming, strategy and logic. Here they build competing Lego robots.
Horizons participants learn robotics design, programming, strategy and logic. Here they build competing Lego robots.

Science Camp for Girls

Only 12 percent of the nation's jobs in science, engineering and technology are held by women. Clarkson University wants to help change that statistic with its Horizon program, a two-week summer camp that brings middle school girls and science together. Jody Tosti found out kids in the program are not only learning about science but also about teamwork.  Go to full article

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