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Returning to college and finally earning your degree can be achievable and affordable.
A survey finds that 30-percent of college and university students drop out after their first year of school. Life happens: family, career, medical issues – so many life events can take us off track. But you can still make your dreams a reality. Mary Hawkins, Ph.D., President of Bellevue University joins us to tell how achievable it is to put your learning on the fast-track, from the convenience of your own home, with the help of faculty who put their students first. Bellevue University is a pioneer in online learning and over 90-percent of the school’s students earn degrees entirely online. Expert faculties bring real life into every class, preparing students for a rewarding future. Bellevue University is ranked among the best in the nation for being military friendly and affordable. It’s a win-win! Happy learning, everyone!

Sun dried tomato and balsamic skinny chicken alfredo

Ingrid Hoffmann uses high-quality Star ingredients to whip up this tasty—and healthy—pasta dish that will have everyone going for seconds.

Creative Pasta Dishes with Ingrid Hoffmann

The Balancing Act host Julie Moran is in the kitchen with celebrity chef Ingrid Hoffman! Using ingredients from Star Fine Foods, Ingrid is whipping up a skinny sun-dried tomato and balsamic chicken alfredo.

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