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Nebraska Seeks a Return to the AAU

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln was voted out of the selective association of research universities in 2011. Now leaders are striving to make history as the first ex-member welcomed back.

University of Chicago to Settle Financial Aid Antitrust Case

The University of Chicago, one of 17 highly selective colleges accused in a class action of violating federal antitrust laws...
Opinion

Public Higher Education Is Becoming More and More Inequitable

How can we ensure equal access to a high-quality postsecondary education?

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Education Dept. Affirms Exemption for Baylor From Protecting Gay Students From Harassment

Biden administration says Baptist is exempt from addressing sexual harassment claims involving students LGBTQ+ students, if it can show conflict with its religious tenets.

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West Virginia’s Unprecedented Proposed Cuts Become Clear

The flagship university is recommending eliminating 9 percent of its majors, all the foreign language programs and 7 percent of full-time faculty members.

Research Halted at Columbia-Linked NY Psychiatric Institute

The federal government halted human research at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, the Columbia University psychiatry department’s flagship site...
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A ‘Really Serious Breakdown’ Between Spartanburg Leaders and Faculty

Some professors at the community college say administrators have replaced their Faculty Senate with a new representative body against their wishes, among other punitive actions. 

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Poaching From the Neighbor’s Yard

Enrollment and demographic declines are leading some regional public colleges to entice students from neighboring states, stoking tensions and spurring competition.