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'Seismic' Generational Shift Underway on College Campuses Nationwide

A seismic generational shift is underway on college campuses across the globe. With fewer college age students to pull from, the competition for enrollment and retention is intense. Jeff Kallay is CEO of Render Experiences, a national consulting firm specializing in the college experience. He says services are the new amenities for Gen-X parents and their post-9/11 Gen-Z students. “Academic advising, career services...so services that keep my son or daughter happy, healthy, and on target to graduate on time and to have an outcome to the next level of post professional school or graduate school or getting that job." Barbara Deeb speaks with WKU Admissions Director Jace Lux and Jeff Kallay, CEO of Render Experiences.

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As Opioid Crisis Affects A New Generation, Experts Study Long-Term Effects Of Prenatal Exposure

Sue Meeks has worked with children for years as a registered nurse. Meeks manages the family navigator program at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. Several years ago, she started noticing three and four-year-olds coming into the program with certain distinctive behaviors. “Children that appear to be neurologically very overstimulated,” she said. “They often aren’t social in your typical way. They don’t respond to trying to calm them or trying to divert...

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Electric Scooter Was Brought Into Legislative Committee Meeting.

Legislation which could pave the way for more electric scooters motoring along Kentucky pavement is on its way to the state Senate. 

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The Kentucky House is scheduled this week to vote on a bill designating the fourth Wednesday in September as a Day of Prayer for Kentucky public school students.  

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The company that’s promised to build a massive aluminum rolling mill in northeastern Kentucky is looking for a new loan of up to $800 million.

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A new bill filed in the Tennessee General Assembly would trigger a ban on abortions — but only if the country’s highest court overturns Roe v. Wade.

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A Mayfield man who killed four of his family members in Calloway County was sentenced to life in prison Monday without the chance for probation or parole. 

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Police in Kentucky say a suspect shot and wounded a police officer during a robbery pursuit.

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Contrary to Democrats, Republicans in the Tennessee General Assembly have resisted for years the idea of expanding the state's Medicaid program, also known as TennCare.

They repeatedly blocked Gov. Bill Haslam's efforts to expand coverage.

 

A seismic generational shift is underway on college campuses across the globe.  With fewer college age students to pull from, the competition for enrollment and retention is intense. 

Jeff Kallay is CEO of Render Experiences, a national consulting firm specializing in the college experience.  He says services are the new amenities for Gen-X parents and their post-9/11 Gen-Z students.

“Academic advising, career services...so services that keep my son or daughter happy, healthy, and on target to graduate on time and to have an outcome to the next level of post professional school or graduate school or getting that job."


Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe condemned what he called the "relentless attack" that President Trump has waged against the FBI even as it continues scrutinizing whether Americans in Trump's campaign may have conspired with the Russians who attacked the 2016 election.

If Congress votes to disapprove President Trump's declaration of a national emergency, Trump is prepared to veto it, White House senior adviser Stephen Miller said on Sunday.

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