Report examines how colleges use income-share agreements
An emerging way to finance tuition, income-share agreements (ISAs) show promise for improving college access, retention and completion, but consumer protection guardrails are essential, argues a new paper from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
A live, learn and work environment for students
Student entrepreneurs will soon have a place to showcase their talents and utilize resources on a larger scale: The Atherton YMCA building across the street from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa will be transformed into an innovation and entrepreneurship center within the next few years.
BYU public health experts give tips to combat seasonal affective disorder
Utah can be a hard place for students to live as daylight savings time hits and as the days get shorter and darker. Jason W. Hunziker, the division chief of Adult Psychiatry at University of Utah Health, said Utah has an increased rate of seasonal affective disorder, which is theorized to be the result of the lack of sunlight — a result of both the state’s northern latitude and inversion.