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October 8, 2020
Many colleges created dashboards showing their COVID-19 infection and testing data. But a lack of standards for testing and reporting has made for varying levels of transparency.

October 8, 2020
As states begin slashing budgets, some free college programs are feeling the sting.

October 8, 2020
Princeton settles with federal government in pay gap case and will pay more than $1 million to female faculty.

October 8, 2020
The average amount of loans that bachelor's degree graduates hold has been relatively flat the past few years. But there's still much work to do, experts say.

October 8, 2020
Universities without plans for women may find themselves unable to obtain research grants.

October 7, 2020
Some institutions have begun to cancel diversity, equity and inclusion programs in response to a Trump order. Critics say the order is censorship.

October 7, 2020
After the coach of the nationally acclaimed debate team at California State University, Fresno, was unexpectedly reassigned last fall, members of the team quit in protest. Coaches at other colleges and leaders of national debate organizations have come to his defense.

October 7, 2020
Over 10 percent of on-campus students at Georgia College and State University have had COVID-19. Epidemiologists and university officials say it's not as bad as it sounds.

October 7, 2020
Financial fallout from the pandemic will continue to hit colleges for years, experts say.

October 7, 2020
Two-thirds of colleges have no clear testing plan or test only "at-risk" students; Florida State's president tests positive; one campus shuts down and others shift to virtual learning.

October 7, 2020
Alvernia University is starting majors in electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering. Boston College is starting a part-time executive Ed.D. in higher education.

October 6, 2020
University of New Hampshire suspends professor amid investigation into whether he trolled people online, pretending to be “The Science Femme, Woman in STEM.”

October 6, 2020
Enrollment and financial projections for part of the deal came in lower than expected, university's president said.

October 6, 2020
With little internet access and disproportionate impacts from COVID-19, tribal colleges had to redesign everything they do in the spring.

October 6, 2020
Rhetoric alone about equity, diversity and inclusion won't get the job done in higher education, say the authors of a new book.

October 6, 2020
McDaniel College Maria Campero, world languages, literatures and cultures Kerry Duvall, economics and business administration Francis Grice, political science Jason Scullion, environmental studies Elizabeth Tyler, philosophy St. Lawrence University

October 5, 2020
After a controversial event in the White House Rose Garden, Notre Dame's president has COVID-19. Some students and faculty members are not happy with him.

October 5, 2020
University of Michigan Press releases first peer-reviewed rap album from an academic publisher.

October 5, 2020
Whether the Supreme Court will invalidate the Affordable Care Act is unclear, but the prospect of the law's end is causing worry.

October 5, 2020
The need for safety, training and planning drove these community college leaders to choose online learning for the fall.

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