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Activists outside the Supreme Court hold up signs, one of which says "Roe Is Dead."

June 28, 2022
Some religious colleges are celebrating the demise of federal abortion rights while others are taking a more nuanced stance. A rare few are condemning the Supreme Court’s decision outright.
Student athletes celebrate their women's team championship during the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

June 28, 2022
A report from the National Collegiate Athletic Association finds women’s participation in college sports is growing—but so is the funding gap between men’s and women’s programs.
Cover of Misconceiving Merit, by Mary Blair-Loy and Erin A. Cech.

June 28, 2022
Authors discuss their new book on the way science discriminates against those who are not white or Asian heterosexual men.
A tearful graduate embraces someone at a spring 2022 commencement ceremony at the University of Hawai‘i West Oʻahu.

June 28, 2022
The University of Hawai‘i launches new efforts to tackle higher education disparities among Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.

June 28, 2022
Salem State University Kevin Carey, English Fernando Colina, marketing and decision sciences Luke Conlin, chemistry and physics Gina Curcio, criminal justice Joseph Gustafson, criminal justice Julie Kiernan, theater and speech communication Sara Mana, geological sciences Betsy Miller, music and dance Ken Mullane, management Kurt von Seekamm, economics Mustafa Yatin, chemistry and physics Southeast Missouri State University
A display of handguns for sale.

June 27, 2022
Research on guns and gun violence is seriously underdeveloped relative to the public health problem that guns represent. But things are changing.
Students walk on campus at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

June 27, 2022
Asian students at the University of Wisconsin at Madison are calling for more protection after an international student from China was beaten in downtown Madison.
Protesters at the Supreme Court hold up signs; one reads "Abortion equals health care."

June 27, 2022
American University is investigating eight law students for criticizing, in a private group chat, the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade. FIRE called it an “absolute abomination.”

June 27, 2022
Arizona State University is starting an online M.S. in addiction psychology. Clarke University has started an accelerated elementary education degree. University of Southern California is starting a bachelor of science in legal studies.
Title IX logo

June 24, 2022
Many praise his proposal, but some criticize the provisions on due process for those accused.
A footbridge on the Piedmont University campus in Demorest, Georgia.

June 24, 2022
With embattled president James Mellichamp on the way out, Piedmont University hopes to move past a tumultuous semester of budget cuts, faculty layoffs and high-profile resignations.
John Clark, a middle-aged white man with dark hair wearing a suit and tie.

June 24, 2022
University’s reserves went from $24 million in fiscal year 2012 to being “all but wiped out” in 2021. Now the president is out, following a no-confidence vote and a scathing report about financial mismanagement.
The Times Higher Education logo, with a red T, a purple H and a blue E.

June 24, 2022
All institutions must now have a rector for students’ moral development.

June 24, 2022
Francis Arpan, dean of academics at Sisseton Wahpeton College, in South Dakota, has been selected as vice president of academics at Haskell Indian Nations University, in Kansas.
Title IX logo

June 23, 2022
The Biden administration’s proposal includes revisions to how colleges should address cases of sexual assault and extends protections to LGBTQ students. It does not cover athletics, which will be addressed in the future.
Illustration: The outline of a woman's head with various scientific symbols sketched in her hair, such as a planet and an atom.

June 23, 2022
Study compares scientific input to output, in the form of papers and patents, finding that women are “systematically” denied credit for their work. Other data suggest this is the result of implicit bias, which in turn offers insights into solutions.
Purdue's income-share agreement website, which says, "Worried about how to pay for your Purdue education?"

June 23, 2022
An early adopter of income-share agreements, Purdue has paused new enrollments in its plan, citing servicing challenges amid the switch to a new vendor. Critics won’t be sad to see them go.
Several hands holding smartphones.

June 23, 2022
A new service for students flags inappropriate or offensive posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so would-be employers can see them in the best possible light.
President Joe Biden, an older man with white hair wearing a suit and tie, stands at a podium with the presidential seal on it.

June 23, 2022
Key regulatory agenda items will not be completed until July 2024 at the earliest.

June 23, 2022
Starting Off Georgia Tech has started a campaign to raise $2,147,483,647 over the next five years. How did they get that number? It is the eighth Mersenne prime and was the largest known prime number from 1772 to 1867. In video games, it is often used as a hard limit for various statistics, such as money or points. Finishing Up

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