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June 27, 2019
White nationalists, mostly non-students, continue to post propaganda on college campuses, despite efforts by colleges to stop them.

June 27, 2019
John Avendano, president and CEO of Kankakee Community College, in Illinois, has been chosen as president of Florida State College at Jacksonville. Michael F. Barry, assistant dean and practitioner in residence at St. Mary's University School of Law, in Texas, has been appointed as president and dean of South Texas College of Law Houston.

June 26, 2019
The NCAA suggests that college athletes in California may not be able to participate in championship games if state passes legislation to allow them to profit off their name, image and likeness.

June 26, 2019
Armed with promising results, CUNY is expanding ASAP and other student success experiments while helping to export them to colleges outside the system.

June 26, 2019
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

June 25, 2019
Critics of both plans say Sanders's proposal for universal debt relief amplifies existing issues with Warren's plan, which includes caps on income for beneficiaries.

June 25, 2019
A new federal court order may have significant implications for adjudicating campus rape cases.

June 25, 2019
International students can apply for work authorization 90 days before they graduate, but they're facing application processing times that routinely exceed that.

June 25, 2019
Rutgers-Newark leader apologizes after video shows her screaming at officers who stopped her from leaving the scene of an accident in which her driver hit a police cruiser.

June 25, 2019
Clark University is starting a certificate program in cannabis regulation. Elizabeth City State University is starting a bachelor's program in unmanned aircraft systems.

June 24, 2019
Critics call on University of Oklahoma leaders to go beyond cutting ties with the former president facing allegations of sexual misconduct -- and to be public about what investigations have found.

June 24, 2019
There's a movement for better posters at science conferences. But are they really better? And how does poster push relate to the ongoing campaign for open science?

June 24, 2019
In a single week, the leaders of Auburn, Bennett, Marist and Muhlenberg are all out -- gone the day transitions are announced -- after short tenures.

June 21, 2019
Most candidates seeking Democratic nomination support repealing ban on federal aid for incarcerated students. One of the few exceptions? Joe Biden, author of the crime law that enacted the ban.

June 21, 2019
A new study found that slick, apartment-style housing might be aesthetically pleasing but could lower students' grade point averages.

June 21, 2019
A historically black medical college intends to use a $7 million grant from an e-cigarette giant to study the effects of tobacco. Some question the ethics.

June 21, 2019
India's new draft national education policy lays out an ambitious agenda for transformation, but experts are skeptical about whether the proposed massive increases in expenditures will be forthcoming.

June 21, 2019
Bowling Green removed her name from campus theater due to her part in Birth of a Nation. A who's who of film -- James Earl Jones, Helen Mirren, Martin Scorsese, among others -- want the name restored.

June 20, 2019
A Cal Poly San Luis Obispo professor requires his students to check in for class on a new app he developed, but he has faced concerns about privacy.

June 20, 2019
Last year was a record one for gifts to colleges, but trends about middle-income individuals may point to future problems, report finds.

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