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Purdue Will Pay $737K Over False Grant Application Allegations

Purdue University will pay the federal government $737,400 to settle allegations that a researcher falsified data, according to a news...
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‘Good but Slow Start’ for a New Pathway to Student Loan Discharges

A year after the Biden administration announced a new system to provide student debt relief via bankruptcy, the process remains clunky and mired in uncertainty for borrowers—while government officials say it’s been a success.

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Will the Feds Strip Colleges’ Funds Over Anti-Jewish, Muslim Bias?

Pulling federal money from colleges would happen only after a long, complicated process. For the Education Department, it would be a “nuclear option.”

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End-of-Year FAFSA Launch Could Cause More Delays, Headaches

Colleges and universities will face a tighter timeline to get students their financial aid offer letters, and students will have less time to make decisions.

Professor Sues Mayo Over Threat to Fire Him for Interviews

A professor is suing the Mayo Clinic medical school after a department chair threatened to fire him following a CNN...
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House Republicans Blame DEI Programs for Rise in Campus Antisemitism

At a hearing Tuesday, Democrats disagreed—and said the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights, facing budget cuts, needs more money to respond to the crisis.

UF Professors Blocked as Witnesses Win $374K in Legal Fees

A judge has awarded nearly $374,000 in legal expenses to the three University of Florida professors who sued the institution...

IU Board Tables Controversial Changes to Kinsey Institute

The Indiana University Board of Trustees tabled its scheduled Friday vote on controversial changes to the Kinsey Institute. IU administrators...