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December 1, 2021
Task force report argues that free inquiry and inclusion are twin values, if campus groups all work to make them so.

December 1, 2021
Experts urge colleges to begin planning for the likely arrival of the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron.

December 1, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strengthened its recommendations on further COVID-19 vaccinations, raising the possibility that colleges may begin requiring booster shots.

December 1, 2021
Two state senators are calling for University of Nebraska at Lincoln chancellor Ronnie Green to step down following the announcement of a new plan on diversity and inclusion.

November 30, 2021
Butler County and Lewis and Clark Community Colleges are the most recent victims in a spate of ransomware attacks targeting higher ed institutions.

November 30, 2021
More and more states are creating lottery-funded scholarship programs, but they disproportionately hurt the people they’re often intended to help.

November 30, 2021
Nevada state lawmakers are giving the University of Nevada at Reno millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funding to support prospective first-generation students.

November 30, 2021
Roughly 52 percent of gay men in the U.S. have a bachelor’s degree, compared to 36 percent of all adults. Their academic achievement shows resilience in the face of victimization.

November 29, 2021
Scholar of pedophilia at Old Dominion University steps down amid controversy about comments on “minor-attracted persons.”

November 29, 2021
Truckee Meadows Community College says it won’t fire a professor accused of “insubordination,” after all.

November 29, 2021
A new report outlines the efforts of four community colleges to better support single mothers trying to earn degrees.

November 29, 2021
The PATH to College Act, introduced earlier this month—and included in the House’s version of the Build Back Better Act—would make public transportation more accessible for students at community colleges and minority-serving institutions.

November 24, 2021
Professors urge University of Texas at Austin to lift a pause on recruiting participants for an approved study on the effectiveness of antiracist training for white children and parents.

November 24, 2021
Depending on where they go to college, students returning from the holiday break might face required testing, extended mask mandates, online classes—or no mitigation measures at all.

November 24, 2021
With the promise of a new U.S. government pathway for private sponsorship of refugees in the works, a campaign aims to build support for a model through which universities could sponsor refugees.

November 24, 2021
Royal academy argues that more collaboration is key to lessening tensions between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

November 24, 2021
Austin Community College is starting a bachelor of applied technology in manufacturing engineering technology.

November 23, 2021
Michigan State University faculty members don’t just want their COVID-19–related cuts to pay and benefits reversed—they want them returned.

November 23, 2021
Borrowers will resume payments on federal student loans on Feb. 1, nearly two years after repayments were deferred due to the pandemic. The vast majority of borrowers say they won’t be ready to pay.

November 23, 2021
Student perceptions of academic integrity and exposure to unethical behaviors uncovered in our survey can guide colleges in educating about such issues and taking action to prevent cheating.

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