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Unsecured creditors of Corinthian Colleges, including students, have little hope of recovery because the company has few assets.
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In this lesson we consider the human cost and the policy challenges of Europe’s immigration debate. Students will examine the big picture, including the origins and the challenges of migration in the Mediterranean region. Then they will have an opportunity to explore the human stories behind the headlines.
What are the best family vacations you’ve ever been on? Where would you like to go if money and logistics were not factors? Why?
Below, several paragraphs from the May 4 article “Intertwining Celebrities and Fashion at the Met Gala.” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?
Dr. Rich, a molecular biologist, spent nearly 60 years investigating DNA and RNA and helping puzzle out the structure of collagen.
The state’s chief judge said he expected the move to result in a “domino effect” with the remaining states, given New York’s prominence in the legal world.
Below, several paragraphs from the May 4 article “Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Is Royal Baby’s Name.” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?
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The 21-year-old Joo Won-moon told CNN that he hoped “some great event could happen and hopefully that event could have a good effect on the relations.”
Sunil Gulati, the president of the United States Soccer Federation, teaches an entry-level economics course at Columbia, where his final-day lecture each semester is considered a rouser.
Corinthian Colleges, a for-profit college company that was formerly a Wall Street favorite, filed Monday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
According to officials, Rachelle David, 17, will be the first female graduate of an Orthodox yeshiva to attend West Point in its 213-year history.
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