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Go big or go home: Private colleges fight waning enrollment

Go big or go home: Private colleges fight waning enrollment

Jetstream Staff, Simpson College

October 17, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

With a shrinking number of Iowans seeking higher educations, private institutions such as Simpson College find themselves in a dogfight for in-state students, many of whom are opting for less expensive alternatives. That’s one reason that Simpson and most of the nearly two dozen private colleges...

Reach Out and Touch

Reach Out and Touch

Rashid Mohamed, Arapahoe Community College

October 5, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Jordan Cooper sat slumped on the cold tiled floor, surrounded by meager earthly possessions, and two devoted yet weary dogs. She smiled candidly - albeit faintly dashed - at the people who stopped to greet her. One of the thousands of people experiencing homelessness in the city of Denver, Cooper...

“Show Me What a Family Looks Like”

“Show Me What a Family Looks Like”

Grant Mayfield, Saint Louis University

October 4, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

On Sunday, protesters marched down Grand Boulevard after Jason Stockley was found not guilty in the killing of Anthony Lamar Smith. As they marched towards Saint Louis University’s campus, police blocked the entrance to West Pine, only allowing university students to pass, and the larger protest moved...

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