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Spate Of Bomb Threats Annoys Pittsburgh Students

The University of Pittsburgh has received more than 50 false-alarm bomb threats since mid-February, which have disrupted campus life. Security has tightened but the threats continue, and some students are wondering how they'll be able to make up class work and prepare for final exams.
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Program Helps Young Immigrants Adjust To Life In D.C. (Originally broadcast Nov. 4, 2012)

We meet immigrant children trying to find a place in the District's public schools, and hear about a program that helps them work through challenges such as language and cultural barriers.

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Rethinking Higher Education With Freeman Hrabowski

We talk with University of Maryland, Baltimore County President Freeman Hrabowski about the state of higher education and how we can all help students succeed.

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'Savage U' Takes Frank Sex Talk To Campus

Dan Savage has made a career offering advice on relationships and sex in his nationally-syndicated column, "Savage Love." Now he's taking his act on the road for his new show, Savage U, in which he travels to college campuses across the country giving students advice on sex and relationships.
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Should Teachers Be Disciplined For Online Lives?

Several teachers have been disciplined, and even fired, for their online activities. A Philadelphia teacher was suspended after posting that students acted like "rude, disengaged, lazy whiners." And a Georgia teacher was forced to resign over a Facebook photo that showed her drinking alcohol.
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Vets Help Others Move From Combat To College

With thousands of veterans home from the Iraq war and thousands more coming home from Afghanistan, colleges across the country are addressing ways to meet their needs. At Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, student veterans are leading the way to help each other navigate the challenges of college life.

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