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March 8, 2021
Federal Student Aid’s COO resigned Friday, amid political pressure from progressives. Meanwhile, FAFSA underwent technical difficulties, potentially impacting some students’ ability to submit.

March 8, 2021
Humanities programs are hurting and in some cases fighting for survival. A new report shows they are not passive victims and that many have robust strategies to attract students.

March 8, 2021
Senate passes COVID-19 relief bill. Measure would also tighten up the 90-10 rule on for-profit colleges.

March 8, 2021
Advisory group's recommendation last week puts troubled accreditor's federal recognition in jeopardy for a second time -- a possible death knell.

March 5, 2021
Citing budget issues, John Carroll University fundamentally alters tenure -- to the point that professors say it and academic freedom no longer exist.

March 5, 2021
As the coronavirus pandemic and economic recession hammer food-insecure students, lawmakers in several states renew efforts to pass hunger-free campus legislation.

March 5, 2021
Some students with disabilities asked for recorded lectures before the pandemic. With universities eyeing reopening, will they take that flexibility away?

March 5, 2021
Are academics “pretentious fox terriers” or “bad dinner guests”?

March 5, 2021
Matt Cecil, interim provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Minnesota State University Mankato, has been appointed provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Northern Kentucky University.

March 4, 2021
In reversal, Mount Holyoke says it will keep on-campus childcare center open -- for a year.

March 4, 2021
After Texas governor rescinded statewide mask mandate, many colleges say they are reviewing the order's applicability to their campuses. Others say they will keep their mandates on campus.

March 4, 2021
Many students were hesitant to discuss controversial topics in the classroom and felt their campuses' climate did not allow for open discourse during the fall 2020 semester, according to a new report.

March 4, 2021
Some doctors contend that medical schools should take a closer look at race, not just in terms of whom they admit, but what they teach.

March 4, 2021
College of St. Scholastica is starting an online Ed.D. in educational leadership. Del Mar College is starting a bachelor of science in nursing. The degree is the first bachelor's degree offered at the community college.

March 3, 2021
Lake Washington Institute of Technology was likely the first college in the United States to be affected by COVID-19. One year out, many things have changed.

March 3, 2021
University of Florida professor facing blame in a student's suicide is placed on leave. Case recalls abuse of graduate students elsewhere.

March 3, 2021
Governor-backed plan would merge state's public university and community college system boards in July. Budgets would be combined next year.

March 3, 2021
College students appreciate flexibility from online job interviews but worry they would connect better with potential employers in person.

March 3, 2021
Colorado College Richard Fernando Buxton, classics Lynne Gratz, environmental studies Olivia Hatton, molecular biology Jessica Hoel, economics and business Scott Ingram, anthropology Jean Lee, environmental studies Katrina Miller-Stevens, economics and business Christina Rader, economics and business Tina Valtierra, education Lee University, in Tennessee

March 2, 2021
Arrest of MIT professor Gang Chen puts a spotlight on the Department of Justice's controversial China Initiative. Is it making major cases out of minor issues? Is it ethnic profiling?

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