Irene Kim Junior Staffwriter

Class of 2012

Articles

  • Loan funds dwindle

    Present financial conditions may soon affect the future of student loans. The nation’s largest student-loan company, Sallie Mae, formally the SLM Corporation, reported a loss of $159 million in the third quarter as well as a drop in new loans from $8.9 billion one year ago to $7.7 billion in this year’s third quarter.

    News | November 3, 2008
  • Statistically Speaking

    This month is the fifth annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, designed by the National Cybersecurity Division (NCSD) of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to educate all citizens on cyber threats and the most effective ways to safeguard themselves at home, work, and school. The NCSD emphasizes practicing cybersecurity not only during this month but every day of the year. Here are so...

    News | October 27, 2008
  • Website reveals colleges

    The ever-stressful question for high school seniors of where to go to college may have just gotten a little easier. Unigo.com, the world’s largest resource on 225 of America’s top colleges, made its public debut Sept. 17.

    News | October 13, 2008
  • Colleges question SAT value in admissions

    The long days of studying vocabulary, answering questions about reading comprehension passages, and figuring out missing variables for the SATs may soon be over.

    News | September 29, 2008