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A sign reads “Suspend Pitzer Haifa” in capital letters with a picture of a watermelon and a heart.

Pitzer Drops Study Abroad in Israel. Will Others Follow?

Student activists say the decision was an ideological move long in the making. College officials say an academic boycott had nothing to do with it.

Canada Signals Leeway on International Student-Visa Caps

With Trudeau government emphasizing visa limits tied to applications and housing availability, more established institutions gain some reassurance.

A chalk country map of China, colored in red with yellow stars to match the Chinese flag, drawn on a blackboard.

It’s Time to Restore U.S. Study Abroad to China

The U.S. should restore Fulbright exchanges in China and encourage students to study there, Zhiqun Zhu writes.

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U.S. Students All but Absent From China

While Americans have generally returned to studying abroad post-COVID, Biden administration policies have largely prevented the flow to the U.S.’s political rival from rebounding.

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Foreign Language Enrollment Sees Steepest Decline on Record

The MLA’s new census shows plummeting class head counts far outstripped the general student enrollment decrease. Korean continued its rise, while Western European languages further shrank.

House Amendment Would End Fulbright Funding

An amendment to a House appropriations bill would eliminate funding for all cultural and educational exchange programs run by the...

Distance Doctoral Students ‘Invisible’ to Universities

People were studying remotely for higher degrees long before COVID, researchers say, and universities should pay them more attention.

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Avoiding Curricular Pitfalls of Study Abroad

If not designed carefully, study abroad programs risk reinforcing injustices, epistemic and otherwise, Liz Bucar writes.