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Trump Takes His Donors to Graduate School at Trump University

Just days before his 2017 inauguration, Donald Trump coughed up $25 million to settle allegations that he’d defrauded students at his defunct Trump University. Four years later, as he scratches and claws to avoid leaving office, Trump is teaching a final master class in separating fools from their money.

Log on to the DonaldJTrump.com campaign website these days, and you’ll be hit with a popup ad reading “1000% OFFER: EXTENDED. CONTRIBUTE NOW>>”

The offer is curious. 1,000 percent of what? If you click, you’re taken to a WinRed donation page and encouraged to give under time pressure:

“DEADLINE EXTENDED!” reads the enticement. “President Trump is counting on YOU to DEFEND the Election, so he asked us to EXTEND your 1000% offer for your next contribution. This offer is available FOR 1 HOUR, so you need to act fast. Please contribute ANY AMOUNT

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One of Nicolet’s biggest stars will graduate early to start on his college basketball journey this season

The future is now for former Nicolet basketball standout James Graham.



a basketball player in front of a crowd: Nicolet forward James Graham puts up a three-pointer against Whitefish Bay.


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Nicolet forward James Graham puts up a three-pointer against Whitefish Bay.

Yes, former.

The 6-foot-8 forward who signed with Maryland earlier this month announced Friday on Instagram he will graduate from high school early, enroll in college and be available to play for the Terrapins this season.

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“The biggest thing for me was I feel like, as a competitor, I had to do it,” Graham told the Journal Sentinel. “To get ahead of the competition, take advantage of the opportunity I had, that was huge.” 

Shortly after Graham’s announcement, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon confirmed the news with an announcement on the team’s website.

Graham broke the news with

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Antioch University Lowers Tuition for Its Online Graduate Management Programs

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio, Nov. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Antioch Universityannounced a close to 20% reduction in tuition costs for its online Graduate Management Programs. Beginning January 2021, tuition for new and current students in the online Master of Business Administration (MBA), MA in Nonprofit Management (MANM), and Master of Human Services Administration (MHSA) will be $550 per credit hour. The program requirements have also been reduced to 33-semester credits, making the management programs even more affordable without diminishing their quality or substance. Students can begin the programs at one of six entry points throughout the year.

“Access to affordable higher education is a social and racial justice imperative,” said Dr. Terry Ratcliff, Antioch University Provost for Distance and Extended Education. “Consequently, Antioch’s administration and management faculty want to remove barriers for those who may be held back in their educational pursuits by limited financial resources.”

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Undergraduates Down 4.4%; Graduate Students Up 2.9%

U.S. undergraduate enrollment has fallen 4.4%, and graduate enrollment has risen 2.9% compared to last fall. That’s according to the most recent update from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Overall, higher education enrollment is off 3.3%. This latest report tracks information available through October 22 and covers 13.6 million students at 76% of the institutions that report to the Clearinghouse.

The new numbers represent little change from the picture in late September when one month into the fall 2020 semester, undergraduate enrollment had slipped 4% below last year’s level, and the increase in graduate enrollment stood at 2.7%, according to the Research Center. At that time, overall postsecondary enrollment was down 3% compared to the same time last year.

“The big picture remains the same after the inclusion of data for an additional 4.4 million students,”

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Kepler University Expands to 63 Courses and Three “Graduate Level” Programs

NEW YORK, Nov. 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kepler, the digital marketing services provider that sits within the KYU Collective alongside IDEO, Sid Lee and SY Partners, announced today that it has expanded its in-house “undergraduate” training program to include 52 homegrown courses. It has also launched three “graduate” tracks in analytics, campaign optimization, and account management.

The Kepler University program is one of the most rigorous training curricula in the industry, preparing trainees to be experts across all major marketing channels and platforms, including the Google marketing stack, Facebook/Instagram, Amazon Advertising, and the Salesforce Marketing Cloud.

“After over eight years experience at other agencies, I’ve been incredibly impressed by the depth and breadth of training that Kepler requires of its employees at all levels. It sets a new, high bar for the industry,” said Fred Seddon, Associate Director at Kepler.

The program has enabled Kepler to maintain standards and

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Moreland University, TEACH-NOW Graduate School of Education

Having spent a half century as a teacher, teacher educator, and a host of entrepreneurial (innovative) leadership roles involving research and reporting on the preparation and certification of teachers, our founder, Dr. Emily Feistritzer, decided that somebody needed to start over with the way teachers are prepared – go back to the drawing board, act like there had never been a teacher preparation program and create one that would prepare tomorrow’s teachers for tomorrow’s students in tomorrow’s learning world. We wanted to create a process that would “equip, enable and empower teachers to go into any learning environment anywhere in the world and be able to diagnose the learning situation and then be able to design and implement learning experiences to ensure that each student learned , grew and developed.” We wanted teachers to be “resource-rich problem-solvers” for the rest of their lives.

The innovative online TEACH-NOW® Teacher Preparation Certificate

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Howard University graduate Kamala Harris becomes historic US Vice President-elect

Kamala Harris is now the first woman and African-American Vice President-elect.

‘I’m proud of you’ | Sen. Harris’ sorority sister recalls her time at Howard

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A 1986 graduate of Howard University, Harris double majored in political science and economics. She spent her time at Howard University growing her knowledge of politics and issues facing the country, interning as a mailroom clerk for California Sen. Alan Cranston. Harris was also a member of the debate team, joined Alpha Kappa Alpha and protested in D.C. against Apartheid in South Africa.

The 55-year-old Harris was announced as Joe Biden’s vice presidential running mate in June, and her fellow Howard alums at the time praised the choice.

“Words cannot say how excited I am, and I continue to be excited about the possibility of the future and about what Kamala can offer to this country,” said Harris’ sorority

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Joe Biden is the First Syracuse University Graduate to be Elected President of the United States

Joe Biden has won the 2020 Presidential nomination, and in so doing has become the first Syracuse alum to be President Elect. CNN, NBC, ABC and the Associated Press projected the election Saturday morning. It was 48 years to the day when Biden was elected to the Senate. 

Biden graduated from the Syracuse University College of Law in 1968. His late son, Beau Biden, graduated from the same College of Law in 1994. Beau’s mother and Joe’s late first wife (Neilia Hunter) grew up in Central New York and also attended Syracuse University. She also taught at the Syracuse City School District.

Biden has returned to Syracuse five times for commencement and other speeches. He has also supported their sports programs, including attending the 2016 Final Four. 

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“The reason why

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Simplilearn and Purdue University Launch Post Graduate Program in Digital Marketing

The Post Graduate Program in Digital Marketing is delivered via Simplilearn’s high-engagement bootcamp-style learning delivery model. This model provides learners with an effective combination of self-paced, online classes, expert, instructor-led, live virtual classrooms, and interactive labs. With 200+ hours of applied learning and 40+ hours of self-paced learning modules, the program offers participants a comprehensive learning experience that covers advanced digital marketing strategies. The key domains covered include search engine optimization (SEO), social media, pay-per-click (PPC), web analytics, and email marketing. The program also offers interactive Masterclass sessions with top instructors from Purdue University. At the end of the program, learners will get to work on a Capstone project and the opportunity to solve real-world marketing challenges. 

Upon completion, program graduates will receive a joint Post Graduate certification from Simplilearn and Purdue University, along with the Purdue University Alumni Association membership. Learners will also receive certificates from Simplilearn

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Ohio State basketball’s graduate transfer Abel Porter will miss the 2020-21 season, ending his college career

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State basketball’s Abel Porter will miss the 2020-21 season due to a non-COVID related medical condition ending his collegiate career.

“This has been a difficult past few weeks for Abel and his family,” head coach Chris Holtmann said in a press release. “He is a tremendous person and I know he is very appreciative for the opportunity to be a Buckeye. Abel has expressed how thankful he is for the fantastic medical care he has received. He will remain a part of our program.”

Porter was entering what would be his only season with the Buckeyes as a graduate transfer for Utah State. After coming to the Aggies as a walk-on he eventually earned a scholarship and became a starter. He averaged 4.3 points and 2.3 assists while starting 54 of 95 games. Utah State went 86-49, reaching the NCAA Tournament during the 2018-19 season, and

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