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August 29, 2017
Michael Vick never graduated from Virginia Tech. Should he and athletes like him be honored by their alma maters?

August 29, 2017
At University of Houston, some students are moved to avoid rising water, and social media helps identify who needs help.

August 29, 2017
Dartmouth professors ask president to apologize for his "disavowal" of of a controversial scholar who writes about and is sympathetic to "antifa" activism.

August 29, 2017
Paper finds that bad grades on their own aren’t enough to prompt a change of major, and neither is the environment, but problems arise when those factors compound one other.

August 28, 2017
New analysis finds the number of doctorates awarded keeps rising, even as number of job openings drops.

August 28, 2017
After meeting with hardline, anti-Castro leaders, University of Miami says it won't enter into institutional agreements with Cuba. But what do faculty members think?

August 28, 2017
University says it did not need to break out home sale to Trey Falwell, a top administrator who is son of the president, after allegations in an article that also detailed his ownership of a Miami hostel.

August 28, 2017
Hurricane prompts evacuations, as well as delays in move-in days and starts of academic years for colleges along the Gulf Coast and in Houston area.

August 28, 2017
At Chapel Hill, students stage sit-in around controversial statue. At Randolph, a statue comes down. At Georgia, a portrait comes down.

August 28, 2017
This month's episode of The Pulse podcast features an interview with Michael Piddock, CEO and founder of Glisser, a classroom audience response system. In the interview with the Pulse's host, Rodney B. Murray, Piddock discusses the platform's slide sharing, polling and other features.

August 25, 2017
College considers increasing undergraduate levels by 10 percent to 25 percent -- but still identifying as a small college. Despite a $112 million 2016 operating deficit, administrators say the move wouldn’t be about bringing in more money.

August 25, 2017
Essay by law professors at Penn and San Diego asserts that “all cultures are not equal,” decries modern culture, birth control, “inner-city blacks” and “anti-assimilation” Latino immigrants. Many at Penn are demanding the university speak out.

August 25, 2017
Ohio State University no longer allows decorations in dormitory windows, prompting student ire and a First Amendment debate.

August 25, 2017
Political science association's annual jobs report shows big year-over-year dip.

August 25, 2017
As Charlotte School of Law officially announces it will shut down, the Department of Education sets out potential options for former students. Those who withdrew from the troubled program before the spring will face a tougher path to discharging federal student loans.

August 24, 2017
Cathy Davidson’s new book is a manifesto on teaching students -- and institutions -- how to survive and thrive in the digital age.

August 24, 2017
Executives, with financial support from their companies, once paid top dollar for special versions of the M.B.A. hosted by business schools at far-flung urban locations. Support is dwindling, and online competition growing, challenging what had been a source of revenue for some schools.

August 24, 2017
The new "Forever" GI Bill includes a $75 million program to let military veterans use federal benefits for technology courses through noncollege providers -- another potential challenge to traditional higher ed.

August 24, 2017
Could finding in favor of a high school student infected by a tick-borne disease on a school trip to China have a chilling effect on other study abroad programs?

August 24, 2017
Image problems, outdated traditions (required sword fights) and scandals make it tough to recruit students these days.

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