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A Battle Over DEI in Central Virginia
Despite their differences, both the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia have defended diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the face of criticism.
University of Toledo Cuts Student Success Centers
The University of Toledo is closing its undergraduate and graduate student coaching centers as part of a budget-cutting plan, WTOL.com...
Tougaloo College President Resigns Under Scrutiny
Another college president is out in Mississippi, as institutions across the state see high executive turnover. This time, it’s Carmen...
New College of Florida Denies Contract to DeSantis Critic
A visiting history professor at New College of Florida who criticized NCF’s Board of Trustees and interim president—as well as...
North Idaho President Wins Reinstatement Lawsuit
North Idaho College president Nick Swayne has won a lawsuit allowing him to be permanently reinstated to his position after...
Will a Partnership Save the King’s College?
Facing a possible closure due to financial struggles, the King’s College in New York announced Wednesday that it is exploring...
The New Florida Presidential Profile
Conservative politicians are increasingly being considered for college presidencies in Florida as the governor seeks to impose Republican priorities on higher education.
A Question of ‘Ethos and Identity’
The nuns who founded Notre Dame College in Ohio are cutting ties. Campus leaders are searching for solutions to retain its formal status as a Catholic college.