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Vice President Kamala Harris stands behind a podium and next to a blue and white poster that says Harris for President

Harris Has Championed Loan Forgiveness, For-Profit Crackdowns and Free College

She could become the first HBCU graduate in the Oval Office—and would likely build on the Biden administration’s ambitious higher ed agenda.

Saint Augustine’s Gets Accreditation Back

An arbitration committee restored Saint Augustine’s University’s accreditation on Monday, reversing an earlier decision by its accreditor, the Southern Association...

UNC Ends Century-Old Student-Run Honor Court

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has replaced its student-run honor court with a staff “conduct board” that...
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Undergraduate Research Experience Increases Retention, Engagement at WVU

An apprenticeship initiative at West Virginia University has shown success at retaining learners of all backgrounds.

Dickinson State Finds a Partner to Restore Nursing Program

North Dakota’s Dickinson State University has reached a collaborative agreement with Mayville State University to help save its troubled nursing...
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The Curious Rise of a Conservative—or Civic-Minded?—Center at the University of Florida

GOP lawmakers, governors or boards in eight states have mandated new university centers focused on civics and “classical liberal education.” Critics call them beachheads for the ideological right. Florida’s creation appears to be the largest yet.

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Student Wellness Tip: Offer Free Menstrual Products

Colleges are expanding access to hygiene products to improve basic needs support and promote student wellness.

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The Progressive Case for Reforming Higher Ed

Customized, digital education offers a path for progressive reform, Michael D. Smith writes.