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Rebooting goals as empty nesters

Have you sent your last child off to college or other adventures this fall? Beyond all that quiet in the home, and likely a few tears, what now? Perhaps it’s …

House panel votes for aid to homeless college students

Homeless students in Washington would have more support for housing and living service while attending universities under two bills passed by a legislative committee Wednesday.

UPDATED: Mon., Dec. 25, 2017

College students come up with plug-in to combat fake news

A team of college students is getting attention from internet companies and Congress after developing a browser extension that alerts users to fake and biased news stories and helps guide …

Simplify process for college aid

Most students from households poor enough to qualify for federal public assistance also meet the threshold to receive federal student aid. They shouldn’t be required to prove it twice.

Washington college students could get course in financial literacy

Washington colleges required to offer seminars on financial literacy, if the Legislature comes up with the finances.

Outside View: Young readers need media literacy

It comes as a mild surprise to learn that even so-called digital natives often have no idea that what they are reading or viewing is intentionally misleading, or produced by …

Landers: Gonzaga’s Rod & Gun Club was a long time coming

Gonzaga University has 164 organizations for activities ranging from the Actuarial Science Club to the Ultimate Frisbee Club. The newest club on the roster, surprisingly, is the Gonzaga Rod & …

College students buttress work with Lakeland clients

About 40 college students volunteer at Lakeland Village in Medical Lake through a program called College In-Resident Volunteers. The program allows students to volunteer in exchange for housing on Lakeland’s …

Debt deal creates hurdles for college students

NEW YORK – College is already expensive. Now the government’s 11th-hour agreement to raise the debt ceiling is set to push costs higher. That’s particularly true for those pursuing advanced …

Avista gears audits toward plugged-in college students

The dresser in Kelsie Marick’s dorm room is crowded with gadgets. It holds two electric hair straighteners, a blow dryer, a flat-screen TV and an iPod dock. Marick, a Gonzaga …