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Fifty of the most affordable and ecologically-sound U.S. colleges are ranked in a new web article by Best Choice Schools. PARKER FORD, Pa., Oct.
Arts and humanities contribute to student achievement, yet funding for this type of instruction is widely unavailable in rural areas.
When Deep Green Residence Hall opens at Kentucky’s Berea College in August, college donors will have the satisfaction of having been able to see how their money was spent, thanks to an OxBlue
By Art Jester, The Lexington Herald-Leader, Ky. Aug. 1--When classes open this fall at Bellarmine University in Louisville, 47 percent of the 600 entering students on the Roman Catholic campus will be "first-generation"Ã‚Â-- the first in their families seeking a college degree.
By Leonard Doyle BEREA UNIVERSITY in rural Kentucky is one of the wealthiest colleges in America but it only accepts the poorest applicants.
By Tamar Lewin Berea College, founded 150 years ago to educate freed slaves and "poor white mountaineers," accepts only applicants from low-income families, and it charges no tuition.
By Bryan Marshall, Richmond Register, Ky. Jul. 8--BEREA -- More than 115 artists from 15 states will showcase their work this weekend during the 27th Berea Craft Festival at Indian Fort Theater. The festival will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
By Bill Robinson, Richmond Register, Ky. Jun.
- Growing in low tufty patches.