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24-7 Library Spaces Drive Commuter Student Success

Campus libraries with a designated room open all the time benefit students who travel to campus and any campus community member needing a late-night study space.

Representative Burgess Owens, a Black man wearing a blue suit, and Representative Suzanne Bonamici, a white woman wearing a blue blazer, both speak at microphones.

Democrats Make Their Case for DEI

A Republican described diversity, equity and inclusion offices as a “cancer.” Democrats pushed back, calling their understanding of the concept flawed.

Hopkins Medicine’s DEI Chief Resigns After Backlash to Comments on Privilege

The vice president and chief diversity officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine stepped down from her position Tuesday after a conservative...

Kansas Bill Would Fine Colleges $10K for Diversity Statements in Hiring

The Kansas House Committee on Higher Education Budget approved a bill Thursday that would charge public colleges and universities up...
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Negotiators Fail to Bridge ‘Gulf’ on Reciprocity Changes

An Education Department rule-making committee went back and forth this week over how and whether states should regulate out-of-state online colleges, but didn’t reach an agreement. 

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Bridging Disciplinary Divides

Is a more integrative, cross-disciplinary, theoretically informed understanding of change over time possible?

Fitch Says FAFSA Delays Put Private Colleges at Risk

Delays in processing financial aid applications could threaten the credit or viability of small private colleges that serve students who...

U.S. Opens Civil Rights Investigation Into UC Berkeley, 4 Others

The Education Department is investigating allegations of shared-ancestry discrimination at another five colleges and universities, including the University of California...