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December 13, 2022
Students develop preferences and learn skills when they play online games. A new study suggests that information could help them chart their career trajectories.
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December 13, 2022
But the injunction blocking student loan forgiveness remains in place for now.
A woman in a blue shirt holds a red-tailed hawk on her forearm.

December 13, 2022
At one California institution, students may be graded on how well they brush a horse’s teeth. But these future zookeepers and conservationists wouldn’t have it any other way.

December 13, 2022
Starting Out Florida Atlantic University has announced a campaign to raise $600 million. The university has already raised more than $400 million. Saint Peter’s University is starting a campaign to raise $75 million. Thus far, the university has raised $70 million. Finishing Up
Hundreds of striking academic workers at the University of California carry handmade signs.

December 12, 2022
The adjunct faculty strike at the New School ended over the weekend, and two of four groups of academic workers striking across the University of California system ended their labor action. But undergraduates continue to struggle.
Trustee Greg McKenzie, a white man with dark hair wearing a business suit, speaks at a microphone.

December 12, 2022
North Idaho College president Nick Swayne questioned the legality of board actions on open records and procurement. Three days later he was placed on administrative leave.
Two men shake hands in a warehouse.

December 12, 2022
Community college and industry leaders need to work on their relationships, according to a new report.

December 12, 2022
Midway University is starting a bachelor of science in coaching and leadership and a bachelor of science in sports marketing. University of the Cumberlands is starting a M.S. in organizational leadership.
Kim Hunter Reed, a Black woman with dark hair wearing glasses, and Tristan Denley, a white man wearing glasses and a bow tie.

December 9, 2022
The National Association of System Heads begins an initiative to bolster the public’s view of higher education by demonstrating—and where necessary improving—how the institutions drive social mobility and individual "prosperity."
A group of community college students in the Exploring Transfer program at Vassar College sit at tables at a program event and applaud.

December 9, 2022
Campus leaders at Vassar College want to create new pipelines from community colleges to liberal arts institutions.
Logo of the Texas Library Coalition for United Action

December 9, 2022
Some laud the agreement. Others say it falls short. If nothing else, the deal offers an example of how a collection of colleges is navigating a tense academic publishing ecosystem.
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December 9, 2022
Leaked proposal draws attention to university’s right to run video slot machines and lotteries.

December 9, 2022
Jim Cawley, interim president of Rosemont College, in Pennsylvania, has been named to the job on a permanent basis. Eric Heiser, provost at Central Ohio Technical College, has been chosen as president of Coconino Community College, in Arizona.
Cazenovia College students gather around the Wildcats emblem on the football field in a C shape.

December 8, 2022
Citing inflationary pressures and slumping enrollment, Cazenovia College announced it will close in 2023. The move comes after the college missed a bond payment months earlier.
An illustration of the U.S. Capitol building with half painted blue and the other half in red and a crack down the middle.

December 8, 2022
More college-educated voters are voting for Democrats, while those without a degree prefer Republicans. Colleges and universities are stuck in the middle.
A building on the metro campus of Cuyahoga community college behind a green lawn.

December 8, 2022
Two professors at Cuyahoga Community College are suing administrators, claiming they faced backlash for criticizing a discriminatory college policy to a local media outlet.
Students in purple graduation gowns and caps with tassels at a commencement ceremony.

December 8, 2022
Undergraduate graduation regalia can cost over $100, doctoral regalia as much as $1,000. To ease the financial burden on students, some institutions are asking alumni for donations.
A young woman in a mask and blue shirt receives her flu shot from an older woman in a mask and navy polo.

December 7, 2022
College campuses that avoided major flu outbreaks for two years are now seeing the virus spread early and fast, with COVID restrictions gone and student immunity low.
Abdulkader Sinno, an Arab American man with dark hair.

December 7, 2022
A professor of political science at IU Bloomington issued a dire warning about the job market to graduate students in his department. Was it necessary?

December 7, 2022
Colleges can choose from an array of tech tools for reporting suspicious behavior. But with little evidence-based research, many feel adrift on what works for this life-or-death matter.

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