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Minimum Wage Gains, Community College Enrollment Losses

A new paper says community college enrollments fall in response to state-level minimum wage increases, but degree completion rates largely stay the same.

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At 11th Hour, University Drops Racial Literacy Requirement

A mandated curriculum long sought by Virginia Commonwealth students and faculty members was set to take effect this fall. The university delayed it late last month, and advocates don’t buy its reasoning for doing so.

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Multnomah Welcomes ‘Not Yet Believers’

The university ended a requirement that all students sign faith statements. Other Christian campuses are also taking measures to broaden their reach.

Minimum Wages Rise, 2-Year Enrollments Fall

Community college enrollments decline in response to state-level minimum wage increases, according to a new working paper released by the...

Former UC San Diego Doctor Awarded $39M in Donation Dispute

A jury awarded over $39 million last week to a former University of California, San Diego, doctor who alleged that...
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Conference Reshuffling Adds to Instability in Big-Time Sports

Five universities leave the Pacific-12 for other leagues, leaving behind just four peers. Leaders insist institutional “stability,” not money, drives their moves.

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Israeli University Leaders Walk Tightrope Over Knesset Vote

Institutional leaders say a vote curbing Supreme Court powers has forced them to speak out, but they must still consider pro-government faculty and staff as the state heads for civil strife.

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Law Schools Split on ChatGPT in Admissions Essays

Some say failing to teach law students to use artificial intelligence is “malpractice,” but the role ChatGPT should have in law school admissions is unclear.