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April 20, 2021
A debate over a middle school mascot has spilled onto the Tennessee Tech campus, forcing big questions about what free speech and racism really mean.  

April 20, 2021
The University of Missouri is restructuring the leadership of diversity, equity and inclusion centers on campus that are crucial support systems for students of color, LGBTQ students and other underrepresented groups.

April 20, 2021
Asian and Asian American student activists across the country want to bring about changes to curricula and campus life.

April 20, 2021
As colleges offer students freebies and financial incentives to get a COVID-19 vaccine, scholars and campus leaders are divided on whether paying students to get vaccinated is equitable -- or ethical.

April 20, 2021
James Cousins, associate dean in the College of Arts and Sciences at Western Michigan University, has been chosen as vice president of academic affairs and dean of the college at Kentucky Wesleyan College.

April 19, 2021
The university's ongoing sexual misconduct scandal involving trustees is a two-headed monster, now that one faculty trustee says he faced anti-Semitism for pushing for reform.  

April 19, 2021
The lawsuit claims Jerry Falwell Jr. breached his duty to Liberty by withholding key information that could prove damaging to him and the institution.

April 19, 2021
After canceling controversial online events organized by colleges and universities, Zoom faced a backlash. Now the videoconferencing provider has pledged to let institutions moderate their own content -- with some important exceptions.

April 16, 2021
Florida is poised to pass a bill allowing students to record classes for personal use -- and to complain about professors who violate students' free expression. Idaho's higher ed budget is also on hold over lawmakers' concerns about diversity programs.

April 16, 2021
South Carolina private colleges are challenging a state constitutional amendment prohibiting public funding for religious or other private educational institutions.

April 16, 2021
James Kvaal, nominee for under secretary of education, skated through his committee nomination hearing Thursday.

April 16, 2021
A year after ending a legal battle with the private foundation it cut loose in 2018, the public Lincoln University takes a step toward restoring the relationship.

April 16, 2021
NCAA imposes modest fine on Southern California in latest outgrowth of 2017 bribery case that threatened to upend big-time college basketball.

April 15, 2021
Smith College can't shake an alleged instance of racial profiling from 2018. Now it's being accused of antiwhite racism.

April 15, 2021
Colleges and individuals are endeavoring to make education for deaf people more inclusive and accessible by developing technical vocabulary, training interpreters of color and ensuring greater access.

April 15, 2021
Enrollment at California Community Colleges fell even more last fall than an already shocking national average. Campus leaders hope to stem further declines as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

April 15, 2021
They fear some are holding back in their research on discussing the country's complicity.

April 15, 2021
Goucher College Jennifer Bess, peace studies James Dator, history Ailish Hopper, peace studies Danny Kimball, communication and media studies Lana Oweidat, contemporary and creative writing Iquail Shaheed, dance Grays Harbor College, in Washington State

April 14, 2021
University of Michigan Dearborn made a universitywide decision to reject remote proctoring and invest in faculty development instead.

April 14, 2021
The National Collegiate Athletic Association says it will move championship events out of states that discriminate against LGBTQ people. The warning was directed at lawmakers considering bans on transgender athlete participation in college sports.

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