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June 4, 2020
Everything you need to know for Thursday about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package.

June 4, 2020
Assumption College is starting a B.A. in finance. Bay Path University is starting a certificate in narrative medicine. Drury University is starting a master's degree in integrative leadership.

June 3, 2020
Academics are called to help interpret and guide a national response to police violence and related civil unrest.

June 3, 2020
Colleges ask to be protected from coronavirus lawsuits if they acted responsibly. What should they be doing to protect students, faculty and staff members?

June 3, 2020
A litany of legal issues looms for colleges considering reopening in the fall, from safety to online accessibility to federal stimulus funding. Here's what higher education lawyers say should be on college leaders' radars.

June 3, 2020
Everything you need to know for Wednesday about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package.

June 2, 2020
Two-year colleges worked quickly to distribute federal emergency aid, but shifts in federal guidance made the process difficult.

June 2, 2020
College leaders call for societal change and urge their communities not to turn to violence in protests against racism, police brutality and the senseless killing of George Floyd.

June 2, 2020
Faculty at Franklin & Marshall College raised concerns about faculty oversight and academic freedom for a planned program in Shanghai for Chinese students who can't come to campus.

June 2, 2020
Chadron State will be the subject of an external review of policies and procedures for addressing sexual misconduct on campus, while the state college system in Nebraska faces a lawsuit alleging similar wrongdoing.

June 2, 2020
Everything you need to know for Tuesday about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package.

June 1, 2020
This spring many colleges announced tuition deals for students in response to the pandemic, and they’re seeing it pay off with growing application numbers.

June 1, 2020
Some social science departments are suspending or limiting graduate cohorts to free up money and faculty attention for students affected by the pandemic. But some question the decision, pointing to need for more social scientists in a public health crisis, not fewer.

June 1, 2020
Brown University cut 11 varsity athletic programs and added two others, in an effort to streamline and target resources to make its teams more competitive in the Ivy League.

June 1, 2020
Everything you need to know for Monday and the week ahead about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package (with some distractions to help your sanity). Plus, a special Q&A on disaggregating race data.

June 1, 2020
Bryan Coker, vice president and dean of students at Goucher College, in Maryland, has been chosen as president of Maryville College, in Tennessee. Emily Coleman, vice president for student services at University of the Cumberlands, in Kentucky, has been promoted to provost there.

May 29, 2020
Updates on the coronavirus pandemic published throughout the day.

May 29, 2020
The Trump administration is reportedly considering temporary restrictions on a program that lets more than 200,000 international students stay in the U.S. and work after they graduate.

May 29, 2020
More students are looking at delaying their enrollment in college. What effect will that have on educational outcomes?

May 29, 2020
The Trump administration reportedly plans to cancel visas of Chinese students who attended universities with ties to the People's Liberation Army. Some praise targeted approach; others see a slippery slope.

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