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May 2015 issue
In a pilot initiative designed to increase affordability and access to core academic courses vital for student success, The University of Akron is piloting a series of general education courses at significantly reduced cost — $50 tuition charge per credit hour. That rate is half the average rate offered by area community colleges, and it is designed to provide students with easier access to a more affordable four-year university degree.
Enter the Cannibuster — a novel device that uses noninvasive saliva testing to provide law enforcement officials with a quick, accurate roadside method of detecting levels of THC, the active chemical in marijuana.
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