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November 7, 2018
Democrats' takeover of the U.S. House promises tougher scrutiny of DeVos and the Education Department. Donna Shalala is among those elected to U.S. House.

November 7, 2018
Many winners have ambitious plans for public higher ed. In Wisconsin race, unofficial returns have Scott Walker losing bid for re-election. Plus a list of higher ed pledges of winning candidates nationwide.

November 7, 2018
State rejects bid to repeal law providing for equality in public accommodations. Higher ed leaders pushed to keep law. In Seattle, voters approve property tax hike to pay for free community college.

November 7, 2018
The College of the Arts will increase its faculty by over 10 percent before the start of the 2019-20 academic year.

November 6, 2018
Prison education programs are thriving and enjoy bipartisan backing, but colleges say they could do more with federal and state funding.

November 6, 2018
Maryland's student government organized a rally to encourage backing the football team. Many minority students and others said it was time to focus on the abuse of athletes and the death of a black player.

November 6, 2018
Protests lead to meetings, a scuffle between a student and professor, and a relocation of the president's office.

November 6, 2018
Universities are under legal pressure to make their websites fully accessible to people with disabilities, but is "fully" even possible?

November 6, 2018
Bethel College, in Indiana, is starting an undergraduate major in computer science. Cazenovia College is starting a bachelor of science and a bachelor of professional studies in finance.

November 5, 2018
Hoping to increase faculty diversity, UC Davis is holding eight open searches focused on candidates' contributions to diversity, instead of narrow disciplinary expertise.

November 5, 2018
Over 10 days, posters have appeared at nine American campuses.

November 5, 2018
Iowa Wesleyan warns students and faculty members that it may not open for spring semester without infusion of funds.

November 5, 2018
Amount of state financial aid dollars awarded based on financial need grew by 3 percent in most recent year, and by half over a decade, annual study finds.

November 5, 2018
University of Minnesota ends requirement that some scholarships go to women. Tulane evaluates its programs limited to women. Other institutions face new complaints.

November 2, 2018
New book outlines how rich donors have become more assertive about how their money should be used and explores the costs to higher ed.

November 2, 2018
As reach of big data and AI grows, UC Berkeley and Massachusetts Institute of Technology unveil plans for major expansions.

November 2, 2018
New report finds officials are generally more diverse than other professions in higher education.

November 2, 2018
Academics at Vietnamese branch of Australian university say they lack time and resources to provide learning experience comparable to that of the main campus.

November 1, 2018
At one campus doing so, many adjuncts will lose positions, but departments aren't being eliminated.

November 1, 2018
University seeks to contain (self-inflicted) damage from news article and report mistakenly asserting that more than half of students have been harassed by professors.

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