Orange Coast College Unveils New Aquatics Facility

By Julia Wilson on SwimSwam Orange Coast College, based in Costa Mesa, Calif. revealed photos of their newly renovated aquatics facility. Pictures reveal an all-outdoor 65-meter-long pool along with a 25-meter-long diving and water polo space. Originally constructed in 1956, the facility houses the 2019 California Community College Athletic Association State Swimming and Diving Champions (CCCAA) on the women’s…

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Students receive free bicycles as part of new Hocking College Club

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—There’s a lot of expense associated with going to college, but one cost that most people don’t think about is gasoline. Whether you live on campus or commute, making sure you have enough money to get to and from class or run errands can be stressful for students. Rodney Estrada is trying to help Hocking College students get…

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Morristown High grads: Apply for ‘Myles Smiled’ college debt relief, Oct. 31 deadline

From the Morris Educational Foundation: MORRIS EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION OPENS APPLICATIONS FOR THE MYLES SMILED ON YOU AWARD IN HONOR OF MYLES MISLAVSKY Secondary Education Loan Reduction Award Applications Open for Morristown High School Alumni Through Saturday, Oct. 31 Student loans continue to be an ongoing concern for many college and trade school graduates. To help ease this burden, the…

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Kirk Herbstreit Reveals If He’d Ever Leave College Football For NFL

Kirk Herbstreit made his NFL broadcasting debut last night, calling the Giants-Steelers Monday Night Football game alongside Chris Fowler. Not surprisingly, Herbstreit sounded great. The longtime ESPN college football analyst drew praise for his work on Monday, with some wondering if he and Fowler could have a future doing NFL games regularly. However, Herbstreit threw some cold water on…

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Portland students go back to school with lots to learn – Portland Press Herald

Sam Regios passes out papers to her fifth-grade class Monday in their outdoor classroom space on the first day of school at Presumpscot Elementary. This is Regios’ first year of teaching. Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographer Within an hour of the start of the school day Monday, students at Presumpscot Elementary School had spread out to the four corners of the…

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Trump’s Ambassador to Mexico Is Bullying a College Student Online

MEXICO CITY — The United States ambassador to Mexico was accused of bullying after he lashed out on Twitter at a college student who suggested that his analysis of Mexican people was basic. Ambassador Christopher Landau’s belligerent response generated headlines across Mexico and demands that he apologize. Landau, who has been floated as a possible nominee to the U.S….

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Community College of Philadelphia to Continue Online Learning in the Spring – NBC10 Philadelphia

What to Know Online learning will continue for the Community College of Philadelphia in the spring 2021 semester, the school announced Tuesday.  “As we head into fall and winter, there still remains a high risk of community transmission of COVID-19 in Philadelphia,” CCP President Dr. Donald Guy Generals said. “And while we hope the situation significantly improves by spring,…

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What Wednesday’s NCAA ruling will mean for the 2020-21 college basketball season

The NCAA Division I council is set to meet on Wednesday, after which a series of guidelines for the 2020-21 men’s and women’s college basketball seasons are expected to be revealed. Recommendations for a start date are expected to be formalized, and the announcement will have implications for the season, including the 2021 NCAA tournaments. These are the ways…

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