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Georgia Tech Student Shot Dead by Police

Police brutality is more commonplace in the United States than ever before.   The evening of September 16, 2017, where a Georgia Tech engineering student was shot and killed by poorly trained campus police, is yet another example American police getting away with murder. Given the fact that American law enforcement personnel have many non-lethal ways of [...]
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U.S. Limits Visas for Asian and African Nations. Will Your Country Be the Next?

If there's one policy U.S. President  Donald Trump has not flip-flopped on – it's that he cares little or nothing about how other nationals view him. Trump apparently doesn't mind being labeled “racist," either.  And he is willing to do whatever it takes to give the appearance that his campaign platitude  - "Make America great again"  - has substance.  This includes a halt [...]
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Attending a College for Free? Here is how.

Attending an American college for a bachelor’s degree could easily cost you more than $150,000.00.   The majority of households in the U.S. can not afford the luxury of paying for a college education.   At the same time, American's 1.3 trillion of worth student debt continues to compound.  If you are interested in attending a [...]
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The Worst and Least Valuable College Majors

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, America's median household income was $56,516 in 2015. Graduates with the following degrees typically earn less than this; ranging anywhere from $28,000.00 to just over $50,000.00 per year. Our table illustrates that the least valuable majors are in fine arts, performing arts, and other related or liberal arts fields, and it [...]
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Read This So You Can Pick the Right College

News Source: Market Watch, August 17, 2017 Dr. Jacques Berlinerblau, the director of the program for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, pointed out several common mistakes that most college students make when they choose their best schools to attend.  His new book, entitled "Campus Confidential: How College Works Or Doesn’t for Professors Parents and Students, [...]
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How to get hired by Microsoft, Facebook or IBM after your internship?

News Source: Inc.com, August 14, 2017 Internships at large companies such as Microsoft, Facebook, and IBM are highly sought after by college students because of the high income (as much as $8,000 per month) as well as the strong possibility of getting hired when finished.  However, there are things you can do to make yourself stand […]

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Universities with Lowest Crime Rates

CollegeStats.org recently compiled a list of 100 most attended universities and used a survey that questioned over 179,000 students to see how safe they felt on campus.  Furthermore, there are data on “What is on College Students’ Mind?” and “The Most Common Crimes on Campuses.” What most college students care about when it comes to [...]
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