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The Iowa Board of Regents will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday to hold a first reading of proposed 2021-22 tuition and fee rates according to the meeting notice from the Board of Regents. The meeting happens annually, although last year, the Board froze all tuition and fee increases due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Getting a college degree is one of the most economically stressful and time-consuming undertakings any person can pursue. Often, students can fall on hard times in the midst of their college career and find themselves in need of financial assistance in order to continue. Despite attempts to alleviate some of this financial burden through student loans and scholarships, many students still struggle to keep up.

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On Wednesday at the Iowa Board of Regents meeting, the Free Speech Committee addressed reviews and updates for free speech components on the major Iowa public campuses. Regent Greta Rouse gave the opening remarks before discussing the proposed agenda items, and she recognized the importance of free speech in university atmospheres.

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In an increasingly globalized world, many young people find themselves trapped in a rut of a world view. Growing up in communities lacking in diversity of wealth and ethnicity has left adolescents ill-equipped for the complexities of the real world. Because of this, Iowa State requires students to complete a few credits worth of diversity-related courses before graduation. 

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