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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.
Bellarmine Faculty Vote No Confidence in President, Others
$100M Gift for the University of Kentucky
Advice for the Class of 2023
Listen more than you speak. Cut yourself some slack. Don’t become numb to suffering. And please, clean up the mess your elders made. Congratulations and Godspeed to the country’s newest graduates.
A Bridge Between HBCUs and High Schools
A group of HBCUs is participating in a nationwide effort to bring college coursework to low-income high school students.
Momentum vs. Impediments
Utilizing the Loss/Momentum Framework to understand key points commonly encountered by Ohio students at various phases of their vertical transfer journeys.
At Michigan, Getting an A Because Your Instructor’s On Strike
The University of Michigan graduate workers’ strike caused grading issues. Some department chairs have said they plan to give out A’s.
At VCU, Even Less Job Security for Nontenured Faculty
Three out of five faculty members at Virginia Commonwealth are on “term” contracts. The university has stopped offering them three-year contracts.