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How Should We Measure Post-College Outcomes? Key Podcast

This month’s episode of The Key podcast explores a vexing question: How might policy makers and college leaders go about...
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A Full Campus Shutdown at a California State University

Cal Poly Humboldt was the first to switch to online classes and lock its doors in response to a building occupation. The occupation is over, but the campus remains closed.

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Scaling Up: Advising Advisers

The University of Pittsburgh provides professional development opportunities for academic advisers and others who support students through mentoring in a virtual summit.

Protesters stand in front of a building they’ve occupied at Columbia University

Live Updates on Campus Protests, April 30

The latest news on developments at colleges and universities around the country.

A police officer mounted on a horse, faces a group of protesting students, one holding a sign that reads “Free Palestine”.

Are We Repeating the Mistakes of the 1960s?

Police-based strategies for containing campus protests fail in balancing safety with student expression, Yalile Suriel writes.

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Success Program Launch: Eliminating the Digital Divide

A new initiative at Morton College loans students MacBook or iPads for educational and personal use to close equity gaps for full-time students.

Two students wearing blue shirts and backpacks smile for a photo in front of a brick wall

Program Innovation: Peer Support for Neurodivergent Students

The University of Montana at Missoula involves students in serving learners with differences and creating awareness of neurodivergent issues on campus.

A photo of police officers in helmets trying to break up a group of protesters who have locked arms with one another.

As Police Clear Encampments, Professors Arrested Along With Students

Videos have gone viral of faculty members being taken to the ground, zip-tied, and led away by police.