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Magdalen College Announces Closure

Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts, a small Catholic institution in New Hampshire, will close at the end of the...
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Yet Another Year With Few Veterans at Selective Colleges

Wick Sloane’s annual survey finds, again, that most wealthy, highly selective colleges continue to disregard those the country has sent off to war on our behalf.

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Colleges Predict Tuition Increases, Layoffs Under Proposed Overtime Rule

The Biden administration wants to dramatically expand employees’ eligibility for overtime. Supporters say that’s only fair. Institutions say it will cost them millions.

IU Board Tables Controversial Changes to Kinsey Institute

The Indiana University Board of Trustees tabled its scheduled Friday vote on controversial changes to the Kinsey Institute. IU administrators...
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Making a Case for Race-Based Scholarships 

Race-based scholarships are a proven way to address systemic inequality, Noël Harmon writes.

2 Pacific Northwest Universities Call Off Merger

A planned merger between National University of Natural Medicine and Bastyr University is off, with the two institutions unable to...
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Academic Success Tip: Fostering Collaborative Team Teaching

Students benefit from classes taught by multiple faculty members who can add a unique perspective on course materials. Here are four best practices for making co-teaching easier and more effective.

Cornell Grad Student Workers Overwhelmingly Vote to Unionize

Cornell University graduate student workers have voted 1,873 to 80 to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board announced last week...