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September 1, 2020
After Brown University cut eight varsity sports teams, athletes and advocacy groups argued the cuts violated a legal agreement to sustain women’s athletics. Administrators expressed frustration with meeting the agreement and leaked emails show they considered ways to get out of it.

September 1, 2020
Numbers grow at Missouri State; percentage of positive tests high in college counties in Iowa.

September 1, 2020
Author discusses new book on how disciplines promote -- and don't promote -- equity.

September 1, 2020
Frostburg State University Jacqueline Durst, kinesiology and recreation Dong Wook Huh, management Kenneth Levitt, management Janet Mattern, educational professions New York Institute of Technology

August 31, 2020
When it comes to their students testing positive for COVID-19, professors say they have a right to know and share the information how they deem appropriate. Colleges want to keep those cases close to the vest.

August 31, 2020
New restrictions on bars and Greek houses emerge as some colleges report 500-plus cases. With more than 100 cases each, SUNY Oneonta and Temple revert to online instruction for two weeks. Officials warn outbreaks aren’t just linked to parties.

August 31, 2020
Speakers at the Republican National Convention pointed to President Trump's support for historically Black colleges and universities, but some see it as just show.

August 31, 2020
Cabrillo College will begin its fall semester squeezed by two threats: a wildfire and a pandemic.

August 28, 2020
Fifty positive COVID-19 cases, or 100? Meeting 80 percent of quarantine capacity, or having more than 10 sick employees? Some colleges are publishing "triggers" that would lead them to consider closing; others refuse to boil decision making down to a few numbers.

August 28, 2020
Professors are planning a work stoppage and virtual, public teach-in on police violence and racism next month.

August 28, 2020
More than 7 percent of students on Georgia College's campus have had COVID-19, and up to a third may be in quarantine. In-person classes continue nonetheless.

August 28, 2020
Federal loan disbursements were down across the board this summer, but for-profit colleges were hit particularly hard.

August 28, 2020
Students and some faculty members are demanding broad reforms.

August 27, 2020
Faculty members say they’re working harder than ever to meet students’ needs through remote instruction, even if critics of the model don’t know it.

August 27, 2020
Interest is growing in short-term, online credentials amid the pandemic. Will they become viable alternative pathways to well-paying jobs?

August 27, 2020
Hurricane and wildfire seasons have interrupted the beginning of an already challenging fall semester at colleges in Texas, Louisiana and California.

August 27, 2020
Massachusetts early-college program is turning out to be one of the strongest solutions to the state's equity gap problems, according to experts, policy makers and educators.

August 27, 2020
More than 400 students at Georgia College have COVID-19; Arizona State releases health data, in part; Oregon goes virtual; and Towson and North Carolina State largely close campuses to students.

August 27, 2020
BerkleeNYC, the New York City campus of the Massachusetts colleges, is starting a master of arts in creative media and technology. California Lutheran University is starting a major in sports management.

August 26, 2020
As colleges moved to reopen classrooms this fall, groups of researchers were forthright with statistical modeling showing likely COVID-19 infections on campus. That's more than some public flagship universities can say.

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