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This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 23, 2019 This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 23, 2019
Sat, March, 23, 2019
Businesses pledge to give formerly incarcerated a chance, standardized tests aren't always a fair, and the popularity of a March Madness bracket.
10 tips for getting accepted into college if you don't have wealthy parents 10 tips for getting accepted into college if you don't have wealthy parents
Tue, March, 19, 2019
Jillian Berman from MarketWatch and Gordon Deal discuss tips for getting accepted into college if you don't have wealthy parents.
The 'really smart guy' who aced SATs for rich students: 'I will always regret' the scandal The 'really smart guy' who aced SATs for rich students: 'I will always regret' the scandal
Mon, March, 18, 2019
The Tennessean's Joey Garrison has a look at the 'really smart guy' who aced SATs for rich students.
College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn't Always a Fair One College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn't Always a Fair One
Mon, March, 18, 2019
Has the college cheating scandal shown that standardized tests aren't always fair? Eliza Shapiro from the New York Times gives us a look.
Inside the college prep process Inside the college prep process
Fri, March, 15, 2019
David Dillard from KD College Prep gives us a look inside the college prep process.
How colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal How colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal
Fri, March, 15, 2019
Corporate Communications Strategist Michael Maslansky and Gordon Deal discuss how colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 15, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 15, 2019
Fri, March, 15, 2019
At least 49 killed and more than 20 seriously injured in New Zealand mass shooting targeting mosques, Senate passes resolution to block Trump's border emergency, and how colleges need to respond to the admissions scandal.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 13, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 13, 2019
Wed, March, 13, 2019
Federal prosecutors charge dozens in college admissions cheating scheme, U.K. Parliament votes down May's Brexit deal, and ways to fall asleep faster, according to sleep doctors.
Colleges Continue to Confront Blackface on Campus Colleges Continue to Confront Blackface on Campus
Mon, February, 18, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn discusses the problem of blackface on college campuses, both within old yearbooks and at parties today.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 08, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 08, 2019
Tue, January, 8, 2019
Can both sides come together to end the government shutdown, Clemson routs Alabama to win College Football's National Championship, and why you don't have a food allergy.
Now Hiring, With Attractive New Perk: Free College Degree Now Hiring, With Attractive New Perk: Free College Degree
Mon, January, 7, 2019
Free college has become an attractive job perk. Kelsey Gee from The Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 07, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 07, 2019
Mon, January, 7, 2019
President Trump holds firm on border wall, despite losses GOP women could have big say in things, and how the value of your home could affect the cost of your kids' college education.
Even when Supreme Court isn't at stake, bad acts in high school can haunt decades later Even when Supreme Court isn't at stake, bad acts in high school can haunt decades later
Fri, October, 5, 2018
Charisse Jones of USA Today says that past mistakes from your youth can cost you when it comes to your career.
It's nearly impossible to work your way through school, but it's much harder for low-income students It's nearly impossible to work your way through school, but it's much harder for low-income students
Wed, August, 29, 2018
How hard is it to work your way through college? Jillian Berman from MarketWatch has the story.
For Sale: Survey Data on Millions of High School Students For Sale: Survey Data on Millions of High School Students
Wed, August, 1, 2018
Listen as the New York Times' Natasha Singer tells Jennifer Kushinka how companies are selling survey data on millions of high schoolers to trick them into paying for entry into programs.
Parents Are Borrowing Even More to Pay for Their Kids' College Parents Are Borrowing Even More to Pay for Their Kids' College
Thu, July, 12, 2018
Listen as MarketWatch's Jillian Berman tells Gordon how parents are borrowing more and more money to pay for their kids' college tuition.
Maybe Your Favorite Sports Story Made This List? Maybe Your Favorite Sports Story Made This List?
Fri, December, 29, 2017
Maybe your favorite sports story made this List? Jason Gay from The Wall Street Journal gives you his picks of the year.
9 ways to make bank with college scholarships 9 ways to make bank with college scholarships
Wed, July, 26, 2017
CNBC's Kelli Grant explains how cut into those ballooning college costs.
In Reversal, Colleges Rein In Tuition In Reversal, Colleges Rein In Tuition
Tue, July, 25, 2017
Josh Mitchell from the Wall Street Journal breaks down how colleges are reining in tuition costs.
How to beat 'The House' on college bills How to beat 'The House' on college bills
Mon, July, 10, 2017
Kelli Grant from CNBC has a look at how to beat down those college bills.
America's Growing Education Divide America's Growing Education Divide
Fri, July, 7, 2017
Reid Wilson from The Hill provides a startling look at the differences in life experience between college-educated Americans and those who didn't attend college.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 15, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 15, 2017
Mon, May, 15, 2017
What caused the weekends massive cyberattack, North Korea fires new type of longer range ballistic missile, and proof that college grads are totally delusional about the real world.
At college commencement speeches in 2017, it's a no-Trump zone on most campuses At college commencement speeches in 2017, it's a no-Trump zone on most campuses
Wed, May, 10, 2017
College commencement speeches are a surprising no-Trump zone. Rick Hampson from USA Today has the story.
Some Colleges Step Up to Ease Students' Debt Burden Some Colleges Step Up to Ease Students' Debt Burden
Wed, March, 29, 2017
In order to enroll more students some colleges are offering to cover student loan debts. The Wall Street Journal's Doug Belkin has more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 09, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 09, 2017
Thu, March, 9, 2017
FBI is probing how WikiLeaks obtained CIA spy tools, U.S. Marines Enter Syria to Aid Fight for ISIS' Capital Raqqa, and What's worse than Waiting to Hear from Colleges? Getting Interrogated About It