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Students Find New Ways To Get Out the Vote Amid Pandemic

By Bella Ross, CALMatters First-time voter Fernando Villarreal is looking forward to participating in the upcoming presidential election. “I think it’s a really important election for...

SDCCD’S Fall Semester Classes to be Primarily Online

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire Fall semester classes across the San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) will be offered primarily through online and distance education....

274 Years in The Making: Princeton’s First Black Valedictorian

By V&V Staff Writer Nicholas Johnson, an Operations Research And Financial Engineering major from Canada, was officially named Princeton University’s valedictorian for the class of...

Brown, Senate Democrats Press Upstart, Lenders for Answers Following Reports of Higher Interest Rates...

The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) prohibits discrimination in any aspect of a credit transaction. Under the statute, lenders can be liable if they...

Discovery Education and Business Leaders Launch Unique STEM Initiative

“This world of work is most effective when the individuals contributing to and leading this evolution represent the diversity of our communities and the...

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