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Changing Face Of College

Top Colleges Seeking Diversity From A New Source: Transfer Students

This fall, Princeton University admitted its first transfer students in nearly three decades. And they're not the only elite schools looking to community colleges and military bases to recruit.

Swinging on a Star, written by jazz and film critic Gary Giddins, is out now. STF/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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New Biography Chronicles Bing Crosby's Most Beloved Years

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Mezgebo, 47, found only a pile of rocks when he returned to his family home. But he began work anyway, winnowing his wheat within view of the Eritrean border. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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'Peace Is Everything': Ethiopia And Eritrea Embrace Open Border After Long Conflict

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