Collin Binkley, Associated Press Updated 1:31 pm CDT, Wednesday, July 25, 2018 Photo: Jacquelyn Martin, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this Sept. 7, 2017 file photo, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus. The Trump administration is proposing new rules that could make it harder for students to get their loans erased in cases of fraud. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced the proposal Wednesday after months of negotiating to replace Obama-era rules. Her proposal would allow students to get loans erased if a school intentionally misleads them into taking out student loans. less FILE - In this Sept. 7, 2017 file photo, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus. The Trump administration is proposing new rules that could make it harder for ... more … [Read more...] about DeVos rules would cut estimated $13B in student loan relief
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caption Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Tiger Woods are amongst the favorites in Las Vegas to win the Claret Jug at Carnoustie Golf Links this year. source Harry How/Getty Images Golf’s oldest major tees off this weekend as the best in the world head to Scotland to compete for the Claret Jug at Carnoustie Golf Links in the 2018 Open Championship. While the U.S. Open was an exceedingly difficult course this year, with breakneck-paced greens and narrow fairways forcing some of the coolest heads in golf to go on tilt momentarily, links golf presents a whole new set of challenges to the players this weekend. Hard, sunburned fairways and high winds leave the likes of Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy to reconsider their booming drives in favor of powerful, low finesse shots that can skip their way to the greens. It’s anyone’s tournament to win, but Las Vegas has established a few players as betting favorites for those looking to put a bit of action down … [Read more...] about The Open Championship 2018: 12 golfers with the best odds to win the Claret Jug this weekend
Video Four of Norwich City's returning young loan players that will hope for more football next season - from left: Remi Matthews, Todd Cantwell, Sean Raggett and Ben Godfrey. Archant Few things in football are as fluid as the loan market – as we are all about to find out at Norwich City over the forthcoming weeks. From excitement over returning players to those earmarked for some development time away from Carrow Road, Norwich City’s loan business will be as keenly discussed as any this summer – particularly as loaning in and out for EFL clubs can take place until the end of August, more than three weeks after the window for permanent signings in England will be closed. For those with the talent and now some senior experience, the door will be open back at Colney when City return for pre-season training at the end of this month. Most keenly, the situation now revolves around a City quartet. Be it Remi Matthews from Plymouth, a post-Fortuna Sittard Todd Cantwell, … [Read more...] about Michael Bailey: Prepare for shifting sands over City’s summer loan plans
NEW YORK & LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 24, 2018--Moody’s Corporation (NYSE:MCO) today launched a global approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR) focused on empowering people around the world with the information, resources and confidence they need to create a better future — for themselves, their communities and the environment. At the core of Moody's global CSR focus is Reshape Tomorrow, a financial empowerment initiative to help people succeed in growing a small business.“By connecting people around the world to knowledge, opportunity and tools to pursue their goals, we can help open doors to a better future,” said Raymond McDaniel, President and Chief Executive Officer of Moody’s. “Our CSR strategy builds on Moody’s unique business strengths to make a lasting difference in people’s lives by helping them overcome barriers that limit success in the evolving global economy.”Through Reshape Tomorrow, Moody’s … [Read more...] about Moody’s Seeks to Open Doors to a Better Future
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Laura Krantz Globe Staff April 11, 2018 Just two weeks before Mount Ida College struck a deal to close its doors and sell its leafy campus to the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the college turned down an offer that would have kept the doors open and allowed its students to graduate.The competing deal would have merged Mount Ida and Lasell College, which are about six miles apart, and allowed most Mount Ida faculty and some staff to keep their jobs, according to three Lasell officials with direct knowledge of the merger terms.The two schools would have maintained separate boards, the officials said. Advertisement These details have emerged as a growing number of state officials are looking into Mount Ida’s deal with UMass. The attorney general, state Department of Higher Education, and several state senators have all said that they want more … [Read more...] about Could Mount Ida College have stayed open?