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Students across the country are getting ready to head-off to college campuses, many of them about to live away from home for the first time. Unfortunately, one of the new experiences they will probably have is getting sick, without mom or dad there to take them to the doctor, get their medicine, and nurse them back to health.

  

  As the spring semester starts on local college campuses, many first-year students won’'t be re-joining their classmates. And studies show up to one-third of freshman don'’t return to the same school for their sophomore year. Some transfer, some take a break, and many never return to school.

  It'’s an exciting time of year, here in town and all across the country as students are heading off to college. For many, this will be their first time being on their own. But mixed in with the excitement are some fears and concerns, for both students and parents. According to American College Testing (ACT), more than one out of four freshmen don'’t return to the same college for their sophomore year. Some transfer, some take a break, and many never return to school.

Credit Cards on Campus

Aug 14, 2013

    

While the employment outlook for new college graduates is more encouraging than it has been the last two years, a survey released last month by the National Association of Colleges and Employers showed the job market still remains flat for recent grads.

First and second year engineering students often feel isolated when doing their complicated homework. The University of Cincinnati has a high-tech solution to get them together as Ann Thompson reports in this week’s Focus on Technology.

Cincinnati Magazine Contributing Editor Julie Irwin Zimmerman talks with Mark Perzel about her two articles in the September edition: one about Antioch College and the other, a profile of Jane Portman.