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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.

August 13, 2019
A prominent economist wrote a favorable op-ed about the arrival of Amazon’s second headquarters in Northern Virginia but failed to disclose that the company had asked him to write it. Were his actions unethical?

August 13, 2019
University of Queensland says fixed-term gift will provide rare infusion of support for humanities, but professors and students have concerns about academic freedom and the donor's political agenda.

August 13, 2019
Auburn University is starting a graduate certificate in cybersecurity management. Concordia University of Wisconsin is starting a master of science in speech-language pathology.

August 12, 2019
Johns Hopkins fires professor over clash with student protesters, but he says he has no remorse for either the attack or being a "white male."

August 12, 2019
As cases of student anxiety and depression skyrocket, top university officials are focusing more on these issues, according to a new report.

August 12, 2019
Headlines about a recent survey of millennials about college and student debt suggest many rethink getting a degree. We explore the actual numbers.

August 12, 2019
CSU's faculty union suddenly disaffiliates from the state's largest K-12 teachers' union.

August 9, 2019
The student debt relief plans from Democratic presidential contenders Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg offer targeted loan forgiveness, drawing contrast with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

August 9, 2019
At Metropolitan State University, the Student Senate fell apart after continued internal disputes and arguments with the administration over vacant minority affairs positions.

August 9, 2019
A change to in-state tuition requirements at the University of Michigan will likely benefit some of the institution's most vulnerable student populations.

August 9, 2019
Texas Tech University created a K-12 school more than 25 years ago, but the school’s potential as a source of future university students is just starting to be realized.

August 9, 2019
Universities would need to meet four separate performance thresholds to earn extra funds.

August 8, 2019
Interim president updates ethics forms amid questions from reporter, highlighting issues over presidents serving on corporate boards -- and being paid for it.

August 8, 2019
A split in two federal appeals courts opinions could set up a court challenge at the highest level and give clarity on due process in campus sexual violence cases.

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