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http://money.cnn.com/2017/04/10/pf/college/suny-cuny-tuition-free-college/ there is a new scholarship that allows SUNY/CUNY students go to school tuition-free, this scholarship is called the excelsior scholarship. you have to meet many criteria to be eligible for this scholarship such as having to stay in new york for as many years they...

Finally, tenure is an ineffective solution because it is a process that required a lot of money even though it does not give necessary tools that can help students in their courses. In fact, the great majority of tenured professors are special people, with extraordinary...

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/11/nyregion/new-yorks-free-tuition-program-will-help-traditional-but-not-typical-students.html?_r=0 The new plan is a great idea if it would help out all students to pay for college. What you don't know about the program is that it only applies to students that straight from high school enter their 4 years of college. They know...

After reading an online article titled “Cuomo Proposes Free Tuition at New York State Colleges for Eligible Students” I am highly shocked to know that there is a proposal to make college tuition free for New York City (NYC). I believe that education should be...

The proposal given to students in terms of education for African Americans is something that I approve of and believe that is something that should be spoken of. Education is key and the majority of people, well the racial group that is mostly in debt...

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/11/nyregion/new-yorks-free-tuition-program-will-help-traditional-but-not-typical-students.html Summary: This article is about the Excelsior Scholarship, which is New York's new program to cut the cost of tuition for SUNYs and CUNYs in New York for students whose family income is less than $100,000. The article also shows that this new bill for...

http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/04/13/the-pros-and-cons-of-gentrification/new-yorkers-need-to-take-back-their-city In this article, Moss classifies gentrification that is occurring in New York as hyper-gentrification. He defines it as  the change that comes from city government in collaboration with large corporations.  The poor, working and middle classes are pushed out, along with artists. This article creates new...

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