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Mich. college student overcomes neglect, abuse to find success mlive.comLeslie Hutchins is leaving three successful years at Jackson Community College and taking her 3.6 grade-point average to Western Michigan University to pursue a degree in social work and psychology.
Wash. college will continue its parenting education programTheNewsTribune.comWhatcom Community College will continue its 39-year-old parenting education program, which is affiliated with five cooperative preschools in the county.
Conn. college could spend up to $500,000 to keep tabs on computer breachNew Haven RegisterPersonal information on up to 87,000 current and former students at Housatonic Community College was potentially accessed illegally after a firewall on two computers was breached.
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