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UF President, Ex-FAU Contender Argue Over Israel-Nazi Post

One former Republican politician who now leads a Florida public university is criticizing a current GOP politician who was floated...
A man in an orange jumpsuit sits on a bed reading a book behind bars.

Reinstating Pell Grants in Prisons Moves Slowly After 26-Year Ban

Pell Grants were officially restored for incarcerated students in July. But helping them access the funds is a multi-step process for colleges and corrections agencies.

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New College of Florida Seeks $400M for Conservative Transformation

The high-priced business plan emphasizes new facilities and academic programs, as well as athletics. Officials say the money is needed to reach state goals.

University of Austin Receives Degree-Granting Authority

The University of Austin, founded by and stocked with national conservative figures, has received approval from the state of Texas...

Florida AG Finds FAU Search Violated Sunshine Laws

A straw poll to rank candidates seeking the presidency of Florida Atlantic University violated the state’s government transparency laws, according...
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A New Transfer Pathway to UCLA

Legislation seeks to ease the transfer process for community college students to UCLA and other UC campuses.

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New State-Funded N.C. Distinguished Professorships Will Be Limited to STEM

Recently passed legislation cuts off future humanities scholars from a long-running program that provides higher pay.

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DeSantis Appoints DEI Critics to Florida University’s Board

Florida’s governor appoints five conservative trustees to the Florida Polytechnic board, a move some critics see as the start of a takeover.