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AFA professors rank as ‘most accessible’

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Professors at the U.S. Air Force Academy were ranked the most accessible in the nation for the fifth consecutive year by The Princeton Review. The declaration was made in Princeton Review’s annual “The Best 373 Colleges” guide, released today. The Academy’s student-faculty ratio is 9 to 1, average class size is 20 and all of the… Continue Reading AFA professors rank as ‘most accessible’

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Lt. Gen. A.P. Clark funeral services today

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Former Air Force Academy Superintendent and retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Albert P. Clark Jr. will buried at the academy cemetery. Clark died March 8 at age 96. He had been living in Colorado Springs. He spent 33 months as a prisoner of war during World War II after being shot down over France. His… Continue Reading Lt. Gen. A.P. Clark funeral services today

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Funeral for Lt. Gen. A.P. Clark scheduled

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Funeral services for Retired Air Force Lt. Gen. A.P. Clark, are scheduled for Wednesday. Services begin with a 10 a.m. Funeral Mass in the Cadet Chapel, followed by a graveside service at the Academy Cemetery. Clark died March 8. He was 96. A resident of Colorado Springs, Clark was the sixth superintendent of the U.S. Air… Continue Reading Funeral for Lt. Gen. A.P. Clark scheduled

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AFA garners top 100 best value

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The Princeton Review has named the U.S. Air Force Academy one of the nation’s top 100 best value colleges for 2010. Selection criteria included more than 30 components in three areas: academics, financial aid and costs of attendance, based on 2008-2009 academic year data. The student-faculty ratio at the academy is 9:1, and the curriculum… Continue Reading AFA garners top 100 best value

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