Public universities target this controversial group of student

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Questions we explored this week:

  • Many public universities are now targeting this type of controversial student. Who is it?
  • According to research at Harvard, which type of college student is the most likely to experience mental health issues?
  • Normal U.S. college campus training: earthquake drills & fire drills. What’s the new training colleges are asking students to undergo?

August 19, 2019 — Out-of-state students.
According to a USA Today study, 240+ public schools admitted fewer in-state students between 2012 and 2017. Institutions like U of Alabama and Tennessee State...

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