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Search resumes for college professor who vanished while hiking near Mt. Rainier

University of Washington professor San Dubal has been missing since Oct. 11.

The search for a University of Washington anthropology professor who went missing while hiking in Mt. Rainier National Park has resumed after a snowstorm in the area halted efforts to locate and rescue him, officials said.

Sam Dubal, 33, was reported missing on Oct. 11 when he failed to return home from the hiking trip, according to the National Parks Service.

The search resumed on Sunday after officials had scaled back rescue efforts on Friday due to a storm that blanketed the wilderness area in snow and because rescuers had turned up no signs to narrow down the professor’s whereabouts.

“Searchers have spent long hours scouring the area and not locating Dr. Dubal is heavy on our hearts,” Chip Jenkins, the park’s superintendent, said in a statement. “We continue

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Search resumes for university professor who went missing after hiking in Mount Rainier National Park

Rescue teams resumed their search on Sunday for a University of Washington professor who recently went missing during a hiking trip.



a man looking at the camera: Sam Dubal, an assistant professor at the University of Washington, was reported missing on October 12 after he didn't return from a hiking trip in Mount Rainier National Park.


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Sam Dubal, an assistant professor at the University of Washington, was reported missing on October 12 after he didn’t return from a hiking trip in Mount Rainier National Park.

Sam Dubal, 33, left for Mount Rainier National Park on October 9 and was supposed to return the next day. He was reported missing on October 12 after he didn’t come home, and rescue teams have been trying to find him since.

For the first nine days, a group including park rangers, volunteer hikers and helicopter crews from the National Park Service and US Air Force searched for Dubal on the ground and by air. But poor weather on October 21 and 22 limited the abilities of rescuers to continue searching on the ground.

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The potential impact of your online footprint on your career and job search

Dear Sam: My daughter graduated from college, started her first job, and was recently fired from her role as she made some disparaging remarks about her employer on her Facebook page. Needless to say, she is embarrassed and concerned about the impact this will have on her employment search. She needs to make her Facebook page completely private — or delete it entirely, in my opinion — but beyond that, what should she do to curtail any additional fallout from her actions? — Catherine

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The college application and decision-making process can be a very exciting time as you picture your life on campus and dream about the future. But it can also be a significant source of anxiety, especially when it comes to paying for tuition and related expenses — and thinking about how much you may need to borrow in student loans.

Despite the rising cost of college, the good news is that postsecondary education is still generally a good investment for most people — even when it’s necessary to borrow student loans to cover a portion of your expenses. In general, you should not be afraid to borrow to pay for college if that will allow you to gain the skills and knowledge needed to earn more money and build a career.

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The college application and decision-making process can be a very exciting time as you picture your life on campus and dream about the future. But it can also be a significant source of anxiety, especially when it comes to paying for tuition and related expenses – and thinking about how much you may need to borrow in student loans.

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Experts: Pandemic gives students new opportunities in college search, applications

As if the college search, application and admissions process weren’t stressful enough for students and their parents, educators say the pandemic has forced a rethink on how the system works.

But a panel of experts gathered for a Newsday Live webinar titled “College & COVID-19: Helping Your Child Through the Admission Process,” said Tuesday that prospective applicants shouldn’t dwell on the negatives but consider instead the new opportunities presented.

One big change? With chances at standardized testing compromised by the pandemic, many colleges will be test-optional this year, if they haven’t been prior, and some may remain so.

That means prospective students don’t necessarily need to submit SAT / ACT test scores in many cases and other factors in their scholastic, interscholastic, extramural and extracurricular lives now might carry new weight in the admissions process.

In the age of COVID, students may have more of a chance to break free

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