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September 7, 2018
Long Island University, facing enrollment and programming cuts, is building a vet school even though its faculty members are dubious and New York State already has one at Cornell.

September 7, 2018
Update: State agency reverses decision to suspend out-of-state colleges’ ability to award education aid to veterans.

September 7, 2018
Taylor & Francis says it dropped a journal for commercial reasons. But decision followed disputes between editors and the publisher.

September 7, 2018
Heidi M. Anderson, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Texas A&M University Kingsville, has been chosen as president of University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

September 6, 2018
When rumors swirled about a professor reported missing and later found dead, Emerson's president risked sharing uncomfortable truths about the late filmmaker's conduct to set the record straight.

September 6, 2018
Attending a for-profit college widens the earnings gap between rich and poor students, new research finds. Enrolling at a selective college does the opposite.

September 6, 2018
Two nonpartisan research groups are urging policy makers to examine the details of tuition-free programs and make them more financially helpful for low-income students.

September 6, 2018
A more affordable and effective pathway to a bachelor's of science degree in nursing may be apprenticeship.

September 6, 2018
Clemson University's recent parade theme is raising questions about the university's commitment to diversity.

September 5, 2018
Roman Catholic colleges are rescinding honorary degrees and renaming buildings in response to grand jury investigation into sex abuse and cover-ups. Marquette's former president asks that building honoring him be renamed.

September 5, 2018
Brandeis grad students win significant gains in a union contract, even if chances have dimmed for some of their counterparts as Trump administration has exerted influence on NLRB.

September 5, 2018
North Dakota governor moves toward revamping board of higher education, citing "powerful economic forces," but overhaul is a hard sell.

September 5, 2018
Q&A with the co-editors of an anthology of essays on accreditation about new challenges for the college oversight bodies.

September 4, 2018
Two institutions grapple with how they should deal with revelations of faculty members' histories of sexual misconduct. Court orders reinstatement of one.

September 4, 2018
First-of-its-kind survey of China scholars seeks to quantify just how frequently they encounter repressive actions by the Chinese state intended to stop or circumscribe their research. A majority say self-censorship is a problem.

September 4, 2018
Co-author of new book discusses its critique of societal values, how young people are taught to think about the world and free exchange of ideas in higher education.

September 4, 2018
Chapel Hill chancellor says she will propose new site for toppled Confederate monument. Some wonder why it should be anywhere on campus, and draw attention to statue's racist roots.

September 4, 2018
Rutgers University ruled that a professor's supposedly satirical comments on white gentrification violated university policy. In response to public backlash, the university is reviewing its initial decision.

August 31, 2018
Emory is investigating a law professor who used the slur in a torts class about a case involving the word "Negro."

August 31, 2018
After a financial aid scandal led to a federal review, prominent historically black college is placed on cash monitoring sanctions by Education Department.

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