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Religious Tradition Butts Against Catholic College’s New Trans Policy

A local bishop is at the center of opposition to a decision by Saint Mary’s College, a women’s institution in Indiana, to consider admitting trans women.

Columbia Chicago, Long-Striking Faculty Have Tentative Deal

Columbia College Chicago and its union representing part-time faculty members reached a tentative agreement Sunday, possibly ending an unusually long...
Four students walk across the campus of Spartanburg Community College.

Investigations Conclude College Administrators Lied to Media, Mistreated Faculty

The investigations found that Spartanburg Community College disbanded its Faculty Senate and surveilled faculty members, then lied about it to media outlets and South Carolina’s inspector general.

Anthropologist in MOVE Bombing Bones Scandal Leaves Penn Museum

The associate curator at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, who was publicly accused of mishandling human...
Students participate in a Career Ready Bootcamp project at RIT

Creating Career Pathways for Neurodiverse Students

Community colleges are increasing the number and scale of programs designed for these students and are becoming the training pipelines that connect them to employers.

A group of Spelman, Morehouse and Clark Atlanta students stand in the back seat of a car waving, wearing formal suits, dresses and sashes for homecoming.

An Unneighborly Dispute About Spelman-Morehouse Title IX Complaints

A lawsuit and persistent allegations of mishandled sexual assault complaints by Spelman women against Morehouse men raise troubling questions about the close bond between the colleges.

Russia Seeks to Arrest CUNY Professor, ‘New Yorker’ Writer

Russia has placed a new distinguished professor at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of...
A photograph of Ahlam Muhtaseb, professor of communication studies at California State University, San Bernardino, standing with duct tape on her mouth. Her head is covered and she wears a kaffiyeh around her neck.

Palestinian Communication Professor Says She’s Been Censored Again

For a second time, Ahlam Muhtaseb, of California State University, San Bernardino, lost an opportunity to share her message due to concerns over her using the word “genocide.” This time, she says, she didn’t even use it.