QuinStreet, Inc., the leader in vertical media and marketing online, and a California-based Company, has responded to the current state budget crisis by offering a marketing scholarship to students of the University of California at Berkeley. The scholarship is a testament to QuinStreet’s belief that the need for well-trained marketing experts is essential for the [...]
Former United States Congressman Doug Ose has announced today his opposition to the University of California Board of Regents’ current proposal to lower admission standards for the UC system. The UC Board of Regents meets on November 18 at UC San Francisco and has indicated the possibility of a vote on the proposal at this [...]
A black Supreme Court justice. An assassin’s bullet. A young U.S. attorney puts it on the line for the truth.
When conservative Supreme Court justice Farrell Douglas is gunned down, it falls to young black U.S. attorney Marshall Jackson to investigate America’s most important, and inflammatory, case. Together with his childhood friend, tough Irish cop [...]
“Douglas Kmiec’s Can a Catholic Support Him? may very well become the most important comprehensive document written to date on American Catholics, abortion, and candidates for public office.” –Martin Sheen
On April 18, 2008, Douglas W. Kmiec was denied Communion at a Catholic Mass in Westlake, California. Ironically, Kmiec had been invited by [...]
Twenty-five students from rural Arizona were recently awarded the Rose Mofford Scholarship. The Governor Rose Mofford Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 to help students of high ability in rural Arizona start their college careers as well as memorialize the name and reputation of one of Arizona’s most prominent citizens. The fund was established at [...]
Students at Arkansas State University Mountain Home will receive additional scholarship support due to the generosity of Rhonald and Betty Morris of Dallas. The Morrises recently endowed two scholarships to benefit graduates of Baxter County.
The scholarships award $2,000 annually to two different high school graduates of Baxter County who meet specified academic merit and financial [...]
HARRISBURG – The state’s student loan agency, already the focus of negative publicity for its travel expenses, has a new critic.
“It has to have a total housecleaning,” Gov. Rendell said of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency. “When the cost of college is more and more challenging to Pennsylvanians and their families, we can’t [...]
Friends of Martha Jane Huddle, who died Sunday at the age of 88, are invited to honor her memory by helping local students further their education, something the former Goose Creek school district educator dedicated her life to.
Dr. Steve Ellis, president of the Kiwanis Club of Baytown, announced board membersâ€™ unanimous decision to sponsor a [...]
UCB, Inc. announced today the national roll out of the 2007 Crohn’s Scholarship Program, which will award 30, one-time scholarships of up to $10,000 to people diagnosed with Crohn’s disease who demonstrate academic ambition and who are reaching beyond the boundaries of their condition. The program is an expansion of UCB’s pilot scholarship program in [...]
For years, as college costs have climbed to back-breaking levels, more families have begun socking money in tax-advantaged 529 savings plans. Now, as these 529 plans mark their 10th anniversary this year, they are fast becoming the principal way for parents and grandparents to save for college.
Why? Costs associated with the plans have dropped. Investment [...]