The instructor was fired after a doula spoke in her class about clients having abortions. Antiabortion activists celebrated, while academic freedom advocates were horrified.
State senators blocked the latest effort to reform how board members at public New Mexico institutions are chosen.
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Colleges and universities are employing working dogs to build connections between students and campus police forces.
A new survey finds graduate students want greater transparency about outcomes prior to enrolling in an advanced degree program.
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