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Brenna Swanston

portrait of Brenna Swanston

Brenna Swanston is a writer, editor, and journalist based in San Luis Obispo, California. She works as a copy editor for Red Ventures Education, and her byline is featured on major publications including USA Today, LIVESTRONG.com, and Chron.com. Brenna's news reporting has earned national and statewide awards, most recently from the Association of Alternative Newsmedia. When she's not clacking away at her keyboard, you can catch Brenna at her yoga studio, on a hike somewhere, or snuggled up at home with her cat Karl.

Contributions

News
Controversies Swirl Around Honorary Degrees
Mark J. Drozdowski, Ed.D.
May 11, 2022 • ~5 Min Read
News
College Honor Codes Evolve to Meet the Times
Dean Golembeski
April 19, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
News
Employers Drop College Degree Requirements
Jessica Bryant
April 11, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
Is Studying in the U.S. Worth the Cost for International College Students?
Jessica Bryant
April 7, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
Legislation Would Pump $771M Into Community College Workforce Training
Matthew Arrojas
April 6, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
How Much Does ‘Character’ Count in College Admissions?
Mark J. Drozdowski, Ed.D.
April 1, 2022 • ~5 Min Read
News
The 8 Voter Issues At Stake for Young Women in 2022
Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D.
March 23, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
News
Black, Latino/a Students More Likely to Major in Subjects With Low ROI
Jessica Bryant
March 9, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
News
The Movement Against Racist College Mascots Continues
Anne Dennon
March 7, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
News
Student Advocates Seek Protected Status for Ukrainians Studying in U.S.
Matthew Arrojas
March 3, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
White House Appoints Dietra Trent Director of HBCU Equity Initiative
Matthew Arrojas
March 1, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
Is Higher Education a Public or Private Good?
Mark J. Drozdowski, Ed.D.
March 1, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
Admissions
Want to Get Into Harvard? Ace Calculus.
Anne Dennon
February 28, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
News
What, Exactly, Is Higher Education?
Mark J. Drozdowski, Ed.D.
February 17, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
News
House Puts Pell Grant Expansion in America COMPETES Act
Matthew Arrojas
February 17, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
Here’s How Students Can Get COVID-19 Relief Funds
Matthew Arrojas
February 16, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
Pandemic School Closures Leave Students Unprepared for College
Anne Dennon
February 15, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
News
HBCUs Targeted With Bomb Threats
Matthew Arrojas
February 1, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
What Does the Future Hold for the SAT?
Mark J. Drozdowski, Ed.D.
February 1, 2022 • ~6 Min Read
News
Proposed Bill Would Increase Public Transit Options for College Students
Matthew Arrojas
January 19, 2022 • ~1 Min Read
News
Prison Education Programs Prove Their Potential
Anne Dennon
January 12, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
News
Columbia University Student Worker Union Reaches Deal With College
Matthew Arrojas
January 10, 2022 • ~2 Min Read
News
Should College Be Free?
Anne Dennon
March 1, 2021 • ~5 Min Read
Resource
Voting by the Issues: Where Each Party Stands in 2022
Staff Writers
October 27, 2020 • ~4 Min Read
Resource
Voter Registration Guide by State
Staff Writers
December 5, 2019 • ~6 Min Read