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Biden Cancels Student Loan Debt for Millions

President forgives $10,000 for everyone whose income doesn’t exceed $125,000, and $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients.

New Programs: Digital Innovation in Media, Public Relations, Fermentation

Kansas State University is starting a B.S. in digital innovation in media. St. John Fisher is starting a major in...
Opinion

A Federal-State Partnership for Higher Ed Funding

The federal government can play a role in reducing public college costs by establishing a flexible matching grant program, Kevin Miller writes.

CEO Sues Connecticut State System, Wins Job Back

After Nicole Esposito was removed as CEO of Manchester Community College, she sued the Connecticut State system for gender discrimination. Now she’s won her job back.

Capital Campaign Watch: Cal State San Bernardino, Saint Louis University

Starting Off California State University, San Bernardino , has started a campaign to raise $200 million. Thus far, the university...

An Outage, Silence and Finally, Acknowledgment of a Cyberattack

For three weeks, Whitworth University stayed mostly mum about network and website outages, prompting speculation about ransomware and frustrating professors and students. Wednesday it acknowledged a cyberattack.

Colleges Report Strong Fundraising Year

Many colleges have set fundraising records as fiscal year 2022 comes to a close. Experts note that higher ed philanthropy has boomed in recent years, even amid a pandemic.

New Programs: Computer Science, International Security, Actuarial Science, Education

Clarke University has reinstated its bachelor of science in computer science. George Mason University is starting a B.A. in international...