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‘You Are in the Crosshairs’: Higher Ed Braces for Another Antisemitism Hearing

December’s House hearing spawned presidential resignations, congressional fundraising records and probes of universities’ internal workings. On Wednesday, Columbia University will occupy the hot seat, with more at stake than a president’s job.

A photo illustration with a screenshot of Inside Higher Ed’s latest survey, surrounded by images of Joe Biden, Donald Trump, a dollar bill, someone holding a bullhorn, an image of a robot surrounded by chat bubbles, and people with varied skin colors putting their hands together.

Annual Provosts’ Survey Shows Need for AI Policies, Worries Over Campus Speech

Many institutions are not yet prepared to help their faculty members and students navigate artificial intelligence. That’s just one of multiple findings from Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of chief academic officers.

Tennessee Triples Down on Targeting ‘Divisive Concepts’

Another year, another Tennessee General Assembly bill targeting so-called “divisive concepts.” Republican lawmakers in multiple states have listed and taken...
Image of Columbia president Minouche Shafik in front of a silhouette of the Capitol building

Columbia’s President Heads to Capitol Hill

Minouche Shafik’s peers faced a Congressional grilling in December over antisemitism on campus, with disastrous results. Now it’s her turn. Is she ready?

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After the FAFSA Quake, a Flood of Corrections

As delays to the FAFSA rollout piled up, so did an unusual number of errors, both on student forms and in the Education Department’s eligibility calculations.

Richard Cordray speaks into a microphone at a hearing in May 2023.

Republicans Find a Scapegoat for the FAFSA Mess

Calls for the ouster of Richard Cordray, head of the agency that developed and launched the troubled student-aid application, are growing louder. How did he become the conservatives’ culprit of choice?

National Protest Day Planned Against ‘Attacks’ on Higher Ed

Faculty members and students plan to hold events across numerous campuses Wednesday, April 17, to kick-start a movement against what...
Military students working at a table using pen and paper.

Roadmap of College Credit for Military Experience

University of North Carolina’s new tool translates military occupations and training to nearly 7,000 matches for college courses across its 16 universities.