Grade Point: Penn State student said frat brothers ignored pleas to help classmate who died after hazing

Sallie Mae teams with Chegg to offer customers virtual tutoring for college classes; Trump expresses ‘unwavering support’ for historically black colleges, after questioning constitutionality of funding source; University faces backlash for anti-Trump course that promised to teach ‘strategies for resistance’; Trump questions whether key funding source for historically black colleges is constitutional; Can the middle class afford college?;
 
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Sallie Mae teams with Chegg to offer customers virtual tutoring for college classes
The private student loan giant is offering customers free access to a tutoring and study service provided by an online learning marketplace.
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Trump expresses ‘unwavering support’ for historically black colleges, after questioning constitutionality of funding source
Some university leaders and advocates expressed alarm at a statement Trump made Friday in which he questioned whether a funding source for such schools was constitutional.
 
University faces backlash for anti-Trump course that promised to teach ‘strategies for resistance’
The Butler University course is called “Trumpism & U.S. Democracy.”
 
Trump questions whether key funding source for historically black colleges is constitutional
The president now says his commitment to HBCUs “remains unchanged.”
 
Can the middle class afford college?
Often, families that don’t qualify for need-based financial aid are not wealthy enough to pay full tuition.
 
Penn State student said frat brothers ignored pleas to help classmate who died after hazing
Timothy Piazza was injured for more than 12 hours before frat members called 911.
 
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