Sen. Warren, Rep. Lawson introduce bill expanding food stamps to low-income college students
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) and Rep. Al Lawson (D-Florida) this week introduced legislation that would make low-income college students eligible for benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Commission has more questions about community college merger plan
CT Post
As the controversial plan to merge the state’s 12 community college inches forward, the accrediting body overseeing the process has laid out a new to-do list.

Commentary: Don’t be embarrassed about going to community college. Put it on your résumé.
Washington Post
We have to stop looking down on an alternative to the movie-promoted four-year college experience.

Vol State Community College sees enrollment increase after new program, scholarships
Volunteer State Community College saw an increase in enrollment last year — a trend that is likely to continue, thanks to programs like Tennessee Reconnect and the new mechatronics department.

The drones are coming: SCSU partners with new National Center for Autonomous Technology
St. Cloud Times
In two years, 60 percent of all new vehicles will have autonomous technology components, according to the Minnesota State Transportation Center for Excellence, one of the partnering agencies.

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