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June 21, 2021
Colleges and universities are finding ways to commemorate the new national holiday, but Black scholars are skeptical they'll be more than empty gestures.  

June 21, 2021
A deal with Northeastern could prevent Mills from having to close its doors for good. The acquisition would give the Boston-area university its 10th satellite campus and third location in California.

June 21, 2021
Many students think the pandemic impeded their learning and academic progress, but the experience likely taught them some lessons about higher education and themselves.

June 21, 2021
The Senate is expected to take up the House-passed bill, which would standardize federal elections across the country -- making voting easier for college students.

June 18, 2021
Old Dominion University vigorously defends itself and Philip Roth biographer Blake Bailey against sexual misconduct allegations. Did it go too far?

June 18, 2021
A rare student protest over a tuition increase at one of the world’s most prestigious performing arts schools highlights the tension over tuition discounting.

June 18, 2021
A hung jury in the case of a researcher accused of concealing his China ties prompts renewed calls to reconsider the Department of Justice's China Initiative.

June 18, 2021
Male scholars are assessed more highly by journal editors if it is revealed they work at a top-ranked university, but the same bias does not materialize for female scholars, study finds.

June 18, 2021
George Arasimowicz, dean of the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Central State University, in Ohio, has been selected as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Emporia State University, in Kansas.

June 17, 2021
Santa Fe Community College cut academic programs and faculty after steep enrollment drops and revenue losses during the pandemic.

June 17, 2021
A National Center for Education Statistics report documents the impact of the pandemic on student enrollment and financial stability across demographic categories and institution types.

June 17, 2021
The colleges appear to be leading students to risky loan providers, raising questions about the relationship between the institutions and lenders and how much information they’re disclosing to students.

June 17, 2021
The Jed Foundation and the Steve Fund took their recommendations around supporting mental health for students of color to 18 campuses. Here’s what they learned.

June 16, 2021
Multimillion-dollar gifts from MacKenzie Scott will allow community and regional colleges to build endowments, fund new student programs and jump-start internal fundraising efforts. Recipients hope other donors will follow suit.

June 16, 2021
Two Stanford University mental health practitioners say a diversity, equity and inclusion program launched by the campus counseling center created a hostile environment for Jewish employees.

June 16, 2021
Ten former Gallaudet students are suing the university, arguing that statements the president made about their fraternity are defamatory.

June 16, 2021
U.S. district judge dismisses antitrust lawsuit that targeted publishers’ inclusive-access programs.

June 16, 2021
Alma College is starting an M.F.A. in creative writing. Temple University is starting a master of science in real estate.

June 15, 2021
Anonymous document accuses four Queen's U of Canada professors of playing at being Algonquin or affiliated with some other First Nation. The university stands by them. How should it respond?  

June 15, 2021
Virginia Theological Seminary has issued the first checks to descendants of Black people who worked on the campus during the eras of slavery, Reconstruction and segregation.

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