Monday, September 14, 2015

Link roundup

1. NYT:

The Department of Education was thus able to calculate how much money people who enrolled in individual colleges in 2001 and 2002 were earning 10 years later.

The Department of Education calculated the percentage of students at each college who earned more than $25,000 per year, which is about what high school graduates earn. At hundreds of colleges, less than half of students met this threshold 10 years after enrolling. The list includes a raft of barber academies, cosmetology schools and for-profit colleges that often leave students with few job prospects and mountains of debt.

But some more well-known institutions weren’t far behind.
2. "Hungry, aggressive polar bears lay siege to Russian weather station"

3. "As part of a propaganda campaign to portray himself as the heir of a continuous, unbroken tradition of strong Russian leadership, Vladmir Putin has begun repatriating the remains of imperial heroes exiled by the Soviets."

4. "Does Carson's mayor, a leader in the city's NFL stadium push, live in Carson?" "Carson mayor under investigation for not filing disclosure reports with the state"