• Miss USA ‘not sure’ she would compete in Trump-owned pageant
    Politics
    Rebecca Corey

    Miss USA ‘not sure’ she would compete in Trump-owned pageant

    Newly crowned Miss USA Cheslie Kryst had a quick answer when asked if she would have competed in the pageant under President Trump’s ownership: “I’m not sure.”

  • SAT 'adversity score': Is it necessary?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    SAT 'adversity score': Is it necessary?

    About 2 million aspiring college students take the SAT every year, and soon their results will include more than whether they correctly answered the test questions. The College Board, which runs the SAT, announced it will start giving a new metric to colleges that provides context for a student's educational and socioeconomic background. The number — widely being referred to as an "adversity score" — will consider factors about a student's neighborhood and school, such as average income level, crime rate and education level.

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