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Full-time Faculty Raises Finally Beat Inflation … Just Barely

With the dollar’s declining value taken into account, new data shows that real wages grew by half a percent. But pay remains well below pre-pandemic levels, and full-time women and part-timers continue to receive less than others.

NAIA Bans Transgender Athletes From Women’s Sports

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) decided Monday that transgender women—or female gender–identifying individuals who were assigned male sex...
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Student Interest in Gender Studies on the Rise, Despite Political Hostility

Women and gender studies programs are increasingly under legislative attack, yet the number of students taking courses is growing, a new report finds.

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Sex Discrimination or Doctrinal Differences?

A former professor’s sex discrimination lawsuit against Moody Bible Institute was recently allowed to proceed by a federal appeals court. The case could have bigger implications for religious colleges.

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Firing of LGBTQ+ Staff Leaders Raises Questions

Four Appalachian State staff members, who led an affinity group for LGBTQ+ employees, say they were fired with no notice and little explanation.

Providence College Accused of LGBTQ+ Discrimination

Faculty, students and alumni at Providence College in Rhode Island have accused the administration of “hypocrisy toward and systemic oppression...

Supreme Court Will Not Hear Texas Drag Show Case

The Supreme Court will not review a case brought by a student organization at a public university in Texas that...

Indiana U Abandons Plan to Spin Off Part of Kinsey Institute

The Indiana University Board of Trustees unanimously agreed Friday to jettison a controversial proposal to spin off part of the...