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Ferris State puts a professor on leave for statements on COVID-19, race

Professor placed on leave for controversial statements on COVID-19, the N-word, the atom bomb, the moon landings, Jews and more.

Liberal arts college presidents create diversity and inclusion alliance

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A group of new liberal arts college presidents of color has formed an alliance to collectively address issues of racial diversity, equity and inclusion on their campuses.

COVID-19 roundup: New York colleges hit brakes on in-person learning; big-time football games sidelined

Syracuse, Hilbert and Niagara among New York private colleges to abandon in-person learning earlier than planned. Outbreaks disrupt college football schedule and start to basketball season.

Pandemic-related tuition freezes help slow average college sticker price increases to lowest rates in decades

Four-year colleges increased prices at the lowest rate in three decades, on average. But the COVID-19 pandemic's greatest effects on pricing, funding and student aid might still be to come.

Education Department issues report finding noncompliance with foreign gift reporting requirements

Department of Education issues report accusing colleges of "pervasive noncompliance" with federal law requiring reporting of foreign-sourced gifts and contracts.

Large-scale study backs up other research showing relative declines in women's research productivity during COVID-19

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Large-scale study backs up other research showing relative declines in women's research productivity during COVID-19.

Saint Augustine’s University president dies after brief COVID-19 hospitalization

Irving McPhail, the 12th president of Saint Augustine's University, took over in July after a long, illustrious career in higher education.

New Cal State chancellor will be first native Californian and first Mexican American in position

New Cal State chancellor, Joseph I. Castro, will thread the needle between consistent priorities and changing times.

Scott Atlas, White House adviser on coronavirus, threatens to sue colleagues back at Stanford

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Scott Atlas, White House adviser on coronavirus, threatens to sue colleagues back at Stanford who spoke out against his approach.

Audit blasts admissions at University of California

Not just donors' children, but athletes and the babysitter of a colleague of the director of undergraduate admissions got into the university, although they weren't qualified. Berkeley in particular is criticized.

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