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Education
12:30 pm
Thu February 26, 2015

Demystifying the college hookup culture

MSU prof. Stephanie Amada, author of 'Hooking Up: A Sexy Encounter With Choice'
Credit http://wrac.msu.edu/

It shouldn’t be shocking to hear that college students are sexually active. What might come as a surprise is the attitude many of today’s students are bringing to their sexual lives. What’s changed is that what people tend to think of the preferred order of things, getting to know someone well and for a long time before sex, maybe even marriage before sex, seems to be shifting. For some now, the sex comes first, and on a casual basis.

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Sports
11:59 pm
Mon January 5, 2015

VIDEO: MSU Men's Basketball Cruises Over Indiana | Current Sports | WKAR

WKAR's Al Martin brings you his post-game report on the MSU men's basketball win over Indiana on Monday night. 

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NewsRoom
6:17 pm
Thu October 18, 2012

University Of Phoenix To Close 8 Mich. Locations

WKAR File Photo

University of Phoenix plans to close eight of its 10 Michigan locations as part of a broader effort to phase out some of its campuses and learning centers.

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NewsRoom
6:17 pm
Thu September 13, 2012

Snyder: Michigan Needs to Educate More People for Skilled Trades

Rick Pluta MPRN

Governor Rick Snyder says Michigan and the rest of the country lost sight of the value of vocational training as young people were encouraged to get four-year college degrees.

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NewsRoom
2:21 pm
Wed June 20, 2012

Davenport University To Create New Downtown Lansing Campus

This artist's rendering shows the planned site of Davenport University's new downtown Lansing campus. The university will renovate the 55,000 square foot Grand View Center building. Classes are slated to begin in the fall of 2013.
Courtesy Davenport University

Davenport University is announcing plans to create a new campus in downtown Lansing.  The private non-profit school will renovate a nine-story building on Grand Avenue.

Davenport University will remodel the 55,000 square foot Grand View Center building in Lansing to accommodate up to two thousand students.  The new space will house a number of medical and IT programs and will include hi-tech classrooms and labs. 

President Richard Pappas says the location is ideal for its plans to be part of a downtown educational corridor.

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NewsRoom
3:17 pm
Wed February 15, 2012

Lansing Promise To Offer Scholarships This Fall

file photo WKAR

Starting this fall, leaders of the Lansing Promise Zone will offer college scholarships to high school graduates who live within the Lansing School District.  The program applies at two local institutions. 

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