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Dartmouth Basketball Players Are Employees, NLRB Rules

Regional office of National Labor Relations Board says the Ivy League college’s male players can unionize. Dartmouth plans to appeal.

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Differential Tuition Is Popular. But Is It Equitable?

Colleges have long charged more for costly programs like nursing and engineering. Some put money back into scholarships meant to offset negative impacts.

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Teaching Tip: Navigating AI in the Classroom

Generative artificial intelligence tools continue to grow in popularity. Here are four ways faculty members in higher education are teaching about or with AI.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Communicate Strategically With Family Members

To build stronger engagement with parents, Duquesne University launched a communication plan to engage regularly and deliberately, helping them be partners in their children’s education.

Big Ten, Southeastern Conferences Create Joint Advisory Board

The two biggest and most powerful conferences in big-time college athletics are joining forces to develop a joint committee to...
A screenshot of a digital version of the AACC Pantry Cookbook, created in fall 2023

Student-Made Cookbook Offers Recipes for Campus Pantry Users

Students at a Maryland community college created a cookbook featuring favorite family recipes that use ingredients commonly found in the free campus food pantry.

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Fallout From a FAFSA Fiasco

Colleges are pushing back admission deadlines after the latest FAFSA delay. But not all institutions will be affected equally, and many aren’t yet ready to make the call.


Demography Isn’t Destiny

The secrets of student success.