Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Hong Kong stays in turmoil.

Shrinking schools look to survive |

September 30th
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Hong Kong Protesters Issue Ultimatum

Hong Kong's pro-democracy group Occupy Central called on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to grant citizens the right to nominate and directly vote for candidates for the city's highest office. Leung replied that Beijing would not be moved and refused to resign

Why Women's Colleges Are Admitting Men

Women's colleges are going co-ed in an effort to combat years of decline in revenue. Enrollment at women-only colleges fell 29% since 2000

Secret Service Director to Face Congress

A report released ahead of a congressional hearing on presidential security reveals the White House fence-jumper got further inside than thought

See Newlywed Photos of George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin

The intimate wedding that took place in Venice on Sept. 27 is featured in this week's issue of PEOPLE, in conjunction with Hello! magazine internationally, and includes 25 exclusive photos of the ceremony, celebrity-packed parties and other candid moments

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