Community colleges struggle to build women’s basketball teams
Chicago Daily Herald
Although basketball is the top girls high school sport nationwide and attracted 16,929 participants in Illinois last year, its popularity hasn’t carried over to the community colleges.

Higher-ed reform takes aim at Daytona State College
Daytona Beach News-Journal
The Florida legislature has its sights set on reforming higher education, and while some of its bills would make it easier for students to achieve more advanced degrees, others contain elements some say threaten the Florida College System.

Tech wizardry helps CVTC grad create sound of a famous song and land a job in his field
In just two years, one Chippewa Valley Technical College student went from working part time as a cook with no idea about programming to creating a machine for which he’s programmed an entire band’s worth of instruments to play Deep Purple’s “Smoke on the Water” on its own.

Physical limitations don’t define Oakland Community College student
Oakland Press
Despite living with the neuromuscular disease, Andrea Abraham, 19, is a licensed makeup artist and studies business with dreams of creating her own cosmetic line.

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