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August 19, 2019
Creative writing professor cleared of discrimination in saying a slur in quoting James Baldwin in class.

August 19, 2019
North Carolina State loses student affairs official after complaints from conservative groups about his comments on social media.

August 19, 2019
Their student visa statuses were cancelled for enrolling in a fake college that the government set up to nab alleged visa fraudsters. Now they've won the right to challenge the blanket finding that they were willing participants in the fraud.

August 19, 2019
Consumer groups say Trump administration's choice of industry executive for student loan ombudsman shows disregard for borrowers.

August 19, 2019
But serious problems remain.

August 16, 2019
A new report shows student loans outpacing other household debt among most severely delinquent loans.

August 16, 2019
Sci-Hub, a repository for pirated research papers, is widely acknowledged to be illegal. But is sharing a link to the site illegal, too?

August 16, 2019
Democrat Donna Shalala partners with Republican Matt Gaetz to require more disclosures to student borrowers in new House legislation.

August 16, 2019
Students and university-educated young people are playing central roles in the protests in Hong Kong.

August 16, 2019
An appeals court rules that the firing of a former Hofstra University tennis coach accused of sexual harassment may have been motivated by public arm-twisting.

August 15, 2019
For-profit colleges were shut out of proposed legislation to expand Pell Grants to short-term programs. They’ve offered little pushback so far, though -- a sign the sector is focused on other legislative concerns.

August 15, 2019
Colleges are looking for ways to increase student participation rates in study abroad programs and to target particular populations that haven't historically studied overseas.

August 15, 2019
Colleges are increasingly offering separate orientation programs for parents as means of assuaging their fears about their children being on their own.

August 15, 2019
Universities in the Netherlands fear the impact.

August 15, 2019
DePaul University

August 14, 2019
The state's governor and university officials strike a deal that will cut funding by $70 million over three years instead of a whopping $136 million immediately.

August 14, 2019
As it turns out, many Ph.D. students resent the expectation that they bring food and drinks to their thesis defenses. UCLA's psychology department just said they shouldn't do it.

August 14, 2019
The American Bar Association wanted to change the definition of consent in criminal sexual assault cases that closely mirrors the definition used by college and universities -- but criticism from due process advocates blocked the move.

August 13, 2019
Trump administration says new regulation will ensure that immigrants are self-sufficient, but higher ed groups are concerned about impacts on legal immigrants and international students.

August 13, 2019
Author discusses his new book, which is highly critical of American colleges.

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