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Daily Pennsylvanian
Penn men's club hockey off to an icy-hot start3-0 start in Colonial States College Hockey Conference play and boasts an overa
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted yesterday
3-0 start in Colonial States College Hockey Conference play and boasts an overall record of 7-2. Their last game against Seton Hall University ended in a lopsided 9-1 Quaker victory. Despite the club’s current success, coaches and returning... Read more
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Boston Globe
Black Americans twice as likely as Whites to default on student debton at least one federal loan over the next 12 years, or until June 2015. Rober
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
on at least one federal loan over the next 12 years, or until June 2015. Robert Kelchen, an assistant professor at Seton Hall University who researches higher education, compiled default rates by race, and provided it to Bloomberg. The... Read more
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Observer
Lyndhurst girls have nothing to be ashamed of with loss in Bergen tourneythat she simply does not like to lose. That’s going back to her playing days at
Observer / Posted 7 days ago
that she simply does not like to lose. That’s going back to her playing days at Lyndhurst High School and her career at Seton Hall University. Losing was not a word that Hykey liked to digest. “I always want to win,” said Hykey, now the... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Poll: NFL games viewership declining due to player protestsMass. (WWLP) – Millions of Americans say they’ve stopped watching NFL football
WWLP Springfield / Posted 9 days ago
Mass. (WWLP) – Millions of Americans say they’ve stopped watching NFL football this season. A poll released by Seton Hall University at the end of September found that of Americans who said they have stopped watching football, 47... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Reporter obituaries: Clark, Larsen, Laspia, Peters, Reevesdegree from Panzer College of the University of Montclair, where he excelled on
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
degree from Panzer College of the University of Montclair, where he excelled on the track team, and a master’s degree from Seton Hall University. He served in World War II with the U.S. Army in Australia and New Guinea. After the war he taught... Read more
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The Daily Siftings Herald
Henderson ranked 16th for offering great value, return on investmentprice for quality education that will advance them in their careers,” said Robe
The Daily Siftings Herald / Posted 11 days ago
price for quality education that will advance them in their careers,” said Robert Kelchen, an assistant professor at Seton Hall University and data manager of the Washington Monthly College Guide. Washington Monthly calls its Best Bang for... Read more
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The Washington Times
NFL ticket prices plunge amid backlash over players kneeling during national anthemwith Kaepernick supporters calling for a boycott until he has been hired by a t
The Washington Times / Posted 12 days ago
with Kaepernick supporters calling for a boycott until he has been hired by a team and protest foes vowing to tune out. A Seton Hall University poll released Sept. 29 found that 29 percent of fans said they were watching fewer games this season,... Read more
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NJ Biz
Seton Hall Business School becomes affiliate of NJSBDC at Rutgers-NewarkAmerica’s SBDC New Jersey announced that it is partnering with the Stillman Sch
NJ Biz / Posted 12 days ago
America’s SBDC New Jersey announced that it is partnering with the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University in South Orange to help push forward small business expansion in Essex County. The partnership allows Seton Hall University’s... Read more
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NJ.com
Wrongly convicted? Lawmakers want panel to review botched criminal casescases that may have put the wrong suspect behind bars. Lesley Risinger, who ru
NJ.com / Posted 12 days ago
cases that may have put the wrong suspect behind bars. Lesley Risinger, who runs the Last Resort Exoneration Project at Seton Hall University School of Law, said the New Jersey commission should follow the model of a similar body in North... Read more
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The Columbian
Students at for-profit colleges default more oftenwas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loans, study findswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared with 24 in the older group. Robe
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared with 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KHQ Spokane / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WQOW Eau Claire
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WQOW Eau Claire / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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ABC Montana
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
ABC Montana / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WALB Albany
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WALB Albany / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WGEM Quincy / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KXXV Waco / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KTVN Reno / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
Hawaii News Now / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Study: Over half of for-profit students defaulted on loanswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
profits blamed for many student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Study: For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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The Temple News
Women’s basketball begins practice with new facesalso won’t have Donnaizha Fountain, who started 21 games last season and averag
The Temple News / Posted 13 days ago
also won’t have Donnaizha Fountain, who started 21 games last season and averaged 14.1 points per game. She joined Seton Hall University as a graduate transfer in April. The Owls held their first practice on Wednesday in their practice gym... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Study: For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
FOX Carolina / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Study: For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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FOX 5 Las Vegas
Study: For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
FOX 5 Las Vegas / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
For-profits to blame for most student debt defaultswas 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert
WSMV Nashville / Posted 13 days ago
was 20 percent in the younger group, compared to 24 in the older group. Robert Kelchen, a professor of education at Seton Hall University, suggested that the higher rate among the 2003 freshmen might be due to them entering the labor market... Read more
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