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Ed Helms’ Education Background

Ed Helms is an American comedian and actor who is best known for his acting in The Office and The Hangover, and for being a correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. His next film to hit the big screen will be The Hangover Part II, which premieres in the USA on May 26, 2011. In this movie, Ed will resume his role as Dr. Stu Price, alongside Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and Ken Jeong. EDUinReview will now take a look at the education background of this talented actor.

Ed was born on January 24, 1974, in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from The Westminster Schools in 1992. He then attended and graduated from Oberlin College. Originally, Ed wanted to study geology in college, but he changed to film history and technology in 1996.

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Most Expensive Colleges for the 2010-2011 School Year

The Most Expensive College in America: Sarah Lawrence

The Most Expensive College in America: Sarah Lawrence

College is expensive and, thus, a luxury, but despite tuition rates on the rise across America and an economic recession, many universities are still meeting and exceeding enrollment goals. Some speculate that the steady enrollment is because people chose to go back to school, or stay in school, if they can’t find a job.

But how much are you willing to invest in your future?

Since 2000, public university’s tuition rates increased, on average, at a rate of 46.5% and private non-profit schools averaged an increase of 30.8%. Read the rest of this entry »



Carl Rowan Education Background

Civil rights activist and politician Carl Rowan

Civil rights activist and politician Carl Rowan

Carl Rowan was born in Ravenscroft, Tennessee on August 11, 1925. He grew up in the small town of McMinnville, Tennessee and graduated from Bernard High School in 1942 as the valedictorian.  He went on to attend Tennessee State University for one year and then Washburn University for one year.

Rowan was one of the first African-Americans to become a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy. He graduated from Oberlin College in 1947 and received a master’s degree in journalism at the University of Minnesota in 1948. He began his career in journalism writing for numerous African American newspapers in and around Minneapolis.

He went on to become a copywriter at The Minneapolis Tribune for two years and later became a staff writer, reporting exclusively on the Civil Rights Movement. Read the rest of this entry »





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