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Thursday, October 8, 2015

White House student loan proposal won’t help many

The White House rolled out the proverbial red carpet last week to announce the administration’s latest proposals to make college more affordable for students. But it turns out the latest plan, which will expand a version of income-based repayment to more borrowers with federal student loans, among a few other components, probably won’t do much to make college more affordable, nor will many students likely notice a difference. The specifics of the plan aren’t yet clear. From what we do know, though, the White House plans to offer a version of the income-based repayment plan for student loans it introduced…

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Seven dead including gunman in ‘mass murder’ California shooting

In an image provided by KEYT-TV, bodies are seen covered on the ground after a mass shooting near the campus of the University of Santa Barbara in Isla Vista. Photograph: John Palminteri/AP Seven people have been killed in a shooting near a college campus in California, in what authorities described as “premeditated mass murder”. Seven more people were injured, one with injuries that police said were life-threatening and requiring surgery. The gunman, who police said died in the incident, attacked on Friday night, driving a black BMW near the University of California campus in Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara county sheriff…

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L’académicien Dany Laferrière agressé à Port-au-Prince

L’écrivain haïtiano-québecois, Dany Laferrière, s’est fait agressé, le jeudi 8 mai dans la matinée, à la rue Capois, par des individus non identifiés qui l’ont dépouillé de son « Ipad » contenant des documents importants, rapporte le Journal Le Nouvelliste. Par ailleurs, dans une note, le romancier et académicien a demandé aux voleurs de lui faire parvenir, soit par une station de radio ou un quelconque autre moyen, les dossiers importants de la tablette tout en la gardant. D’après l’auteur du roman à grand succès : « Comment faire l’amour avec un nègre sans se fatiguer », le plus important…

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Undocumented immigrants win big with in-state tuition, law license votes

QuestCinq.com TALLAHASSEE —As students in the Senate gallery wiped tears from their eyes and the voice of the bill’s sponsor cracked, the Senate approved a measure Thursday that would grant in-state tuition to immigrant students brought to the U.S. illegally as children. Afterward, undocumented students, parents and supporters who had sat on the floor outside the doors to the Senate all week cried, pumped their fists in the air and took selfies with the Senate version’s sponsor, Sen. Jack Latvala, R-Clearwater. “I’m a big softy,” said Latvala, whose voice cracked during his final remarks before the vote. “This is a…

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Noble beginnings: The first jobs of Nobel Prize winners

BY CHRIS TAYLOR (Reuters) – We all start somewhere. Reuters has proven this edict since last August, when we started asking some of America’s greatest achievers about the first jobs they had. We have talked to chief executives of billion-dollar companies, beloved authors, TV personalities and tech gurus. But then we figured: Let’s talk to an even more elite club. And you can’t get much more exclusive than those who have reached the absolute pinnacle of human achievement: the Nobel Prize. Here, in conjunction with the release of the nation’s monthly jobs report, some American Nobel winners recount their very first…

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New York: l’école pour tous à partir de 4 ans

MARIANO ANDRADENew York-C’était une promesse électorale du nouveau maire de New York Bill de Blasio et elle va devenir réalité : l’école maternelle publique accueillera tous les enfants de la ville à partir de 4 ans dès la rentrée prochaine. Mais M. de Blasio, un démocrate résolument marqué à gauche, a dû ranger dans ses cartons un autre de ses engagements : il voulait imposer plus lourdement les New-Yorkais gagnant plus de 500 000 $ annuels, pour financer le système. Le gouverneur, lui aussi démocrate, de l’État de New York, Andrew Cuomo, lui a coupé l’herbe sous le pied. M. Cuomo a annoncé ce weekend un…

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Angela Merkel encourage les Africains à apprendre l’allemand

Agence France-Presse FRANCFORT La chancelière allemande Angela Merkel a encouragé samedi les habitants du continent africain à apprendre l’allemand pour venir étudier dans la première économie européenne. «J’invite tout le monde en Afrique à apprendre l’allemand et à participer à ‘l’aventure’ que représentent les études en Allemagne», a déclaré Mme Merkel dans son podcast hebdomadaire. La chancelière a également appelé l’Allemagne à repenser l’Afrique et à se dégager d’une vision trop tournée vers les besoins d’aide de certains pays du continent. «De nombreux pays africains ont du succès», a-t-elle souligné, en insistant sur les occasions d’échanges économiques offertes par cette…

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“Guide du contribuable Haïtien” le nouveau ouvrage de Jocelerme Privert

Le sénateur des Nippes, ancien ministre de l’Intérieur, et également ancien directeur de la direction générale des impôts, Jocelerme Privert, a procédé, le jeudi 28 mars 2014, à la vente signature de son ouvrage intitulé : “Guide du contribuable Haïtien”. Ce livre, en trois parties, est une plongée dans l’univers de la fiscalité haïtienne qui offre aux étudiants, fonctionnaires et autres professionnels désireux  de s’éclairer un instrument pour mieux comprendre les rapports des citoyens avec le fisc, et l’utilité de ce système fixé par la constitution pour permettre à l’État de se doter des recettes nécessaires pour prendre plus de…

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Dwarf planet discovery hints at another planet

Scientists say they’ve found a pink dwarf planet that travels farther from the sun than anything ever seen. Its discovery has led to tantalizing hints that a separate, unknown planet bigger than the Earth lurks at the fringes of the solar system, exerting a stealthy control over its neighbors. The new planet is a celestial bonbon, a dainty, rose-colored ice ball far smaller than tiny Pluto. Its detection helps confirm that the outer stretches of the solar system are a crowded place. An analysis of its orbit and the orbits of other heavenly bodies provides evidence for a super-sized planet…

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Obama aims to tighten rules on for-profit career colleges

(Reuters) – President Barack Obama will issue rules on Friday aimed at cracking down on low-performing for-profit career training colleges the administration says bury students under mountains of debt and fail to prepare them for a well-paying job. The Department of Education will announce rules making it harder for “predatory, poor performing” schools to get federal funds, White House and department officials said on Thursday. The government provides $26 billion in federal loans and $10 billion in grants annually to schools that prepare students for gainful employment, officials said. The vast majority of that funding goes to for-profit institutions that attract students…

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