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October 9, 2017
University of Oregon is third institution in two weeks where speakers have had talks disrupted. Wisconsin board adopts controversial measure that can threaten students who disrupt speakers with expulsion.

October 9, 2017
“The Case for Colonialism” has been revoked -- not over claims of shoddy scholarship or publication irregularities but rather threats to the journal editor. Some call it a disturbing precedent that could make academics less safe.

October 9, 2017
Some colleges hire outside parties to look into and judge sexual assault cases, a move meant to ensure fairness in the process.

October 9, 2017
Seeking to “invert the model” of U.S. universities opening campuses abroad, the University of Washington and China’s Tsinghua University will open degree-granting academic center near Seattle.

October 9, 2017
Melissa Baumann, assistant provost for undergraduate studies and director of the honors college at Auburn University, in Alabama, has been chosen as provost and chief academic officer at Xavier University, in Ohio.

October 6, 2017
Could there be a worse day to be punished for athletic improprieties than the day you are announcing a mammoth fund-raising campaign? UNC almost found out.

October 6, 2017
An ACLU official was the latest to be blocked from speaking on campus, this time by William & Mary students affiliated with Black Lives Matter. The college condemns the action, but punishment, if any, is unclear.

October 6, 2017
Research finds that traditional predictors of whether a student will cheat lose their value if a student dislikes the course.

October 6, 2017
After years of deals for devices, the tech giant’s arrangement with Ohio State suggests a greater willingness to focus on student learning.

October 6, 2017
Alexandra Logue, the City University of New York’s former chief academic officer, discusses her new book on Pathways, the system’s ambitious and controversial credit transfer program.

October 5, 2017
Borrowers, especially those who attend less selective institutions or who drop out, increasingly struggle to pay back loans.

October 5, 2017
Coker College shakes things up by allowing interested professors to break out of the 50-minute routine.

October 5, 2017
Philanthropy, income-sharing agreements, lottery revenues and children's savings accounts are just a few methods researchers across the country believe can create sustainable tuition-free programs, according to a set of new reports.

October 5, 2017
Essay seeks to shape Conservative Party agenda.

October 5, 2017
Naval Postgraduate School Mie Augier, business and public policy Kathryn Aten, business and public policy Naazneen Barma, national security Jesse Cunha, business and public policy Latika Hartmann, business and public policy Bradley Strawser, defense analysis Ryan Sullivan, business and public policy Preetha Thulasiraman, electrical and computer engineering University of Hawaii at Hilo

October 4, 2017
Students and activists are alleging a graduate student at Virginia Tech is a white supremacist -- and some want him gone.

October 4, 2017
Long Island U says it is turning things around, financially and otherwise, one year after a faculty lockout. Professors say the institution continues to falter.

October 4, 2017
Enrollment dropped by 100 this year, making it hard for leaders to see a path forward despite relocation plan.

October 4, 2017
Two new papers find application rates for federal student aid continue to lag for low-income students, and serious barriers remain for those most in need of help paying for college.

October 4, 2017
Rural community colleges grapple with non-academic barriers that hinder their students from staying and completing. 

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