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April 10, 2017
Protest outside event at Claremont McKenna prevents Heather Mac Donald event from having an in-person audience. Question period of appearance at UCLA is disrupted as well.

April 10, 2017
A new group of Harvard undergraduates seeks to highlight First Amendment rights by inviting the most controversial speakers possible to address the campus.

April 10, 2017
Researchers say removal of an IRS tool for financial aid applicants may have slowed FAFSA submissions, while college aid groups warn that affected students could already be losing out on aid.

April 10, 2017
Drexel Faculty Senate is looking into professor's comment on Twitter about wanting to vomit when he saw a passenger in first class on a flight give his seat to a soldier.

April 10, 2017
Babson College: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of Liberia. DePaul University: Diversity advocate and labor attorney Paulette Brown; architect Craig Hartman; and five others.

April 7, 2017
Rider University, once seen as a savior for Westminster Choir College, looks to sell the institution after groups raised their voices against relocation.

April 7, 2017
Institutions want to help their graduate students find meaningful work. Here's how the University of Chicago is doing it.

April 7, 2017
Manifold, a hybrid publishing platform created by the U of Minnesota Press and CUNY’s Graduate Center, launches in beta form with features supporting experimental scholarly work.

April 7, 2017
Study finds “worrisome” decline in readability.

April 7, 2017
College of Saint Elizabeth Erin Lothes, theology Maria Checton, health administration College of the Holy Cross

April 6, 2017
Congressional Republicans and the Trump White House appear poised to bring back year-round Pell Grant eligibility, which the Obama administration and Congress nixed in 2012 over cost concerns.

April 6, 2017
New data from CUPA-HR suggest fields doing the most hiring, but some question its optimistic findings about English. Study also looks at pay by demographics, and for chairs and adjuncts.

April 6, 2017
In the wake of federal criticism of its accreditation standards, the American Bar Association sanctions another for-profit law school.

April 6, 2017
New study from the University of Texas at Austin suggests that the impostor phenomenon can affect various groups of minority students in different ways.

April 6, 2017
United Educators reviewed 1,000 incidents of campus sexual assault and found that, in cases with litigation, the claims can cost institutions an average of $350,000.

April 6, 2017
Berkshire Community College: Carlos Santiago, the Massachusetts commissioner of higher education. Clarkson University: Jan D. Achenbach, the Walter P. Murphy and Distinguished McCormick School Professor Emeritus of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, and Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University; and others.

April 5, 2017
Draft policy proposed by Middle States would prohibit accredited institutions from using commissioned agents in international recruitment -- as many now do.

April 5, 2017
Some students at the University of Michigan are unhappy that the administration is eschewing tradition by not booking a central graduation speaker, instead focusing on the institution's bicentennial.

April 5, 2017
Recent court filing by Department of Education fuels uncertainty about whether borrowers can count on contractors’ assertions that they qualify for federal debt relief program.

April 5, 2017
U.S. appeals court says a lesbian former adjunct has the right to sue Ivy Tech under Title VII, a federal anti-bias law, for discrimination based on sexual orientation.

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