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Opinion

HBCU Bomb Threats as White Supremacist Violence

​The bomb threats against historically Black colleges and universities last week are yet another instance of white supremacy and terrorism, David G. Embrick and Johnny E. Williams write.

‘The Tip of the Iceberg’

Harvard faces a lawsuit by three graduate students who say for years it ignored their warnings and complaints about a prominent anthropologist before making minimal findings against him.

More Bean Burgers, Less Beef

Some colleges are cutting back on red meat in campus dining halls in an effort to fight climate change and prompt students to think about the carbon footprint of the food they consume.

More Bean Burgers, Less Beef

Some colleges are cutting back on red meat in campus dining halls in an effort to fight climate change and prompt students to think about the carbon footprint of the food they consume.

Digital Books Hasten Decline of Campus Bookstores

Spurred by cost savings and the increasing migration to digital books, many universities are closing brick-and-mortar bookstores.
Opinion

Engaging First-Gen Students’ Families Is Critical to Their Success

Being a first-generation student is an asset, and families of these students can be partners in supporting success, writes Julie Carballo.

Political Art Roils George Washington Campus

A student group backed by the Chinese Communist Party pushed university leaders to remove posters that depicted Chinese athletes in imagery related to human rights abuses by the Chinese government.

For Students’ Extra Needs

Colleges start financial aid programs to cover extra costs students face, from a winter coat to computers.