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LaGuardia Community College students smile for a photo on a rooftop in Manhattan.

Apprenticeships Prove Successful for 2-Year Degree Seekers

LaGuardia Community College, alongside the CUNY system, expanded apprenticeship offerings for STEM students. After the first year, 100 percent of graduates landed full-time jobs at the host company.

UT San Antonio Pays $670K for Misreporting Crime Stats

The University of Texas at San Antonio has reached a $670,000 settlement with the Department of Education for underreporting crimes...

Half of San Diego Football Team Disciplined for Hazing

The University of San Diego is disciplining approximately half its football team due to a hazing incident that occurred earlier...
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Opinion

Gen Z and the Humanities

Post-pandemic cohorts of incoming students may have unique reasons for being drawn to the humanities, Randy Laist writes.

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All in a Day’s Work: Professor as Student

Joe Hoyle, an accounting professor at the University of Richmond, enrolls in classes—particularly in subjects he knows little about—so that he can be a better teacher himself.

A student wearing a backpack helps restock a gray food pantry from a blue plastic tub.

Program Innovation: Smart Boxes Feed Food-Insecure Students

Virginia Commonwealth University rolled out optimized miniature food pantries to provide free and accessible food items across campus.

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Measuring Higher Ed’s Benefits Beyond Earnings

A new report from Lumina Foundation and Gallup reveals a host of positive outcomes associated with going to college. Researchers hope they will lead to a new perception of higher ed’s “worth.”

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Roosevelt Professor Leaves University Amid Sexual Misconduct Complaint

A former student filed a Title IX complaint against the professor in early August, but the investigation was dropped midmonth after he lost his job.