A new, vibrant exhibit opens tonight at AS220's Photo gallery space, and shouldn't be missed. Journalist and photographerRead More
Last week, the Collegeboard announced sweeping changes to the SAT which will take effect in 2016. The changes come at a time when SAT has been losing market share. As of 2012, the ACT surpassed the SAT as the most popular college entrance exam. Additionally, colleges have been flocking to join the Fairtest movement which advocates SAT/ACT optional policies in college admissions. Today, more than 800 four year institutions allow students to opt out of submitting test scores during the admissions process. Who will the SAT changes affect and what can students expect? More details will be release on April 16, but here is what we know so far:
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Honors programs are a phenomenon that did not exist when most parents went to college. But today, many schools are toutingRead More
Here comes the warm weather and great ideas for enjoying it out there with the kidos.
It's finally here, that gateway weekend to summer. We know you've got something planned for the backyard, or the beach,Read More
As the summer travel season officially opens this weekend, Providence snags top honors in Travel + Leisure's Best CitiesRead More