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September 9, 2019
American Historical Association ends annual meeting interviews and American Economic Association ends single hotel room interviews.

September 9, 2019
A new survey finds increased marijuana use and vaping by college students who view these substances as safe.

September 9, 2019
Dean of student affairs quits following the resurrection of his 2017 tweets connecting the American flag and police to racism.

September 6, 2019
Education Department fines Michigan State $4.5 million for failing to report sexual violence, including abuse of hundreds of women by former team doctor. The penalties signal toughened enforcement of federal disclosure laws.

September 6, 2019
New study from international publishing ethics group finds that arts, humanities and social science journal editors worry most about plagiarism and inclusion.

September 6, 2019
New research says reduced tuition at four-year colleges and more funding for all public institutions would do more to raise bachelor's degree attainment.

September 6, 2019
Chatbots have started to infiltrate every corner of higher ed -- from admissions to student affairs, career services and even test prep. Is that a good thing?

September 6, 2019
A new federal rule that will closely scrutinize immigrants' use of public assistance programs has college students in California worried and considering withdrawing from financial aid programs.

September 5, 2019
Some students view term as racist.

September 5, 2019
NCAA refuses to adopt rules that would have let it punish colleges for major academic misconduct. The decision reinforces the perception of the association as overly lenient toward institutions with major sports programs.

September 5, 2019
Victoria University, in Australia, after experimenting on undergraduate level, will roll out the method for teaching graduate degrees.

September 5, 2019
University of Houston at Victoria

September 4, 2019
Three students were recently arrested at three separate colleges for potentially being a threat to the campuses. Institutions are monitoring these risks more closely in an age of increasing gun violence.

September 4, 2019
Palestinian student is granted entry in time to start classes at Harvard, but concerns persist about the impact of harsher visa and immigration policies on international students.

September 4, 2019
A New York University anthropologist argues in a new book that the middle class is increasingly defined by dilemmas over how to pay for college costs.

September 4, 2019
The federal government has approved more than $43 million for debt cancellation for students of recently shuttered for-profit colleges. And the total costs are likely to grow.

September 3, 2019
New paper says the death of star scientists often benefits their subfields, via an influx in new contributors and ideas.

September 3, 2019
The Trump administration's final borrower-defense regulations -- a key part of new approach to college accountability -- cut billions in potential loan relief for students who allege they were defrauded.

September 3, 2019
Institutions are trying to figure out how to introduce a growing population of older students to their campuses.

September 3, 2019
A federal appeals court sees due process issues.

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