The College Admissions Scandal: Infuriating But Not Surprising

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer When news broke last week that U.S. federal prosecutors were charging 50 individuals across six states for their involvement in a college admissions scandal, I felt sick to my stomach. I thought about how this news would affect the spirits of thousands of college applicants who will be finding out […]

Economics, Politics & Technology Disrupting Higher Education and the International Mobile Student

By DJ Nelson, Staff Writer For many years individuals have been crossing country borders to seek higher educations. These students fall into three separate categories: internationally mobile students, foreign students and credit-mobile students. UNESCO defines an internationally mobile student as “an individual who has physically crossed an international border between two countries with the objective to participate […]