Mahala Proch

Teach for America: A popular post-graduate option among CU seniors

The Teach for America program is one way that many CU graduates are choosing to make a difference. The program allows recent graduates to become teachers at schools in areas in need across the U.S. CU has had participants in the program every year since it started in 1990. CU was the 16th most contributing university in 2010, but lost …

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CU advising students to use caution with social networking

by Mahala Proch The line between public and private content on the Internet is blurring and CU is encouraging students to consider how information posted on social networking sites like Facebook may affect their future. Facebook currently has more than 800 million active users. An estimated 85 percent of college students use Facebook. CU has hundreds of Facebook groups and …

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Top five scholarships in higher education

It’s scholarship season at CU as graduate school deadlines are approaching. The Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Truman and Fulbright scholarships are among the top full-ride scholarships available to those pursuing graduate school. Each scholarship requires at least a 3.7 GPA as well as a record of community involvement and leadership experience. Every year CU has had a finalist in at least …

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