The Surreal End of an American College

State of the Nation

Source: The Atlantic Small schools across the United States are facing budget shortfalls and low enrollment—leading some to shut down in the middle of students’ higher-education experience. Like most other colleges across the country, Newbury College, a small, private liberal-arts school in Brookline, Massachusetts, held classes through the end of this past spring semester and …

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The Nonwhite Working Class

State of the Nation

Source: Slate Talking to the people in Youngstown, Ohio, that the national media usually ignores. In 1984, Lewis Macklin stood up at a community meeting and argued that city officials should shut down his high school. It had been seven years since Black Monday—when Youngstown Sheet & Tube announced it was closing its largest factory, …

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Hundreds of Illegals From Ebola-Ridden Congo Dumped in Texas, 350 More on The Way

New World Order State of the Nation

Source: InfoWars Hundreds of illegal aliens from the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa, which is currently experiencing a massive Ebola virus outbreak, have been dropped off in San Antonio, Texas and hundreds more will arrive in the near future. A local news reporter looking for French-speaking volunteers to communicate with the individuals made a …

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