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Incoming Law Class Reaches Highest Ever Diversity

Law schools enrolled their most diverse matriculating classes on record in 2023, the final class to be selected before the...

Report: House Republican Details Plan to Crack Down on Elite Universities

U.S. representative Jim Banks, an Indiana Republican, told a group of business leaders that this month’s hearing on campus antisemitism...

Michigan State Settles With Families of Shooting Victims

Michigan State University has settled with the families of three students who were killed during a mass shooting on the...
Harvard president Claudine Gay, seated at a witness table in the foreground, at a Dec. 5 congressional hearing on antisemitism on campuses. Behind her former University of Pennsylvania president Elizabeth Magill can be clearly seen.

Congresswoman, Have You No Shame?

The congressional hearing on antisemitism showed why universities should adopt a stance of principled neutrality, John Tomasi writes.

Ed Department Releases FAFSA ‘Soft Launch’ Timeline

The Department of Education released details Friday on the rollout of the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid, noting...

Men Are Driving Enrollment Declines

Men are driving the decline in college enrollments—particularly at four-year institutions, according to a new report from the Pew Research...
Brochures of Tri-College University featuring photos of the name, logo, and students.

A Change, but Not an End, for 5-College Partnership

Institutions in North Dakota and Minnesota have worked with Tri-College University since 1970. In an effort to save thousands and reduce redundancies, the partnership ends next year.

Three student demonstrators at a Dec. 8 protest of the University of Texas at Austin's removal of two teaching assistants.

2 TAs Provided Students Mental Health Resources on Gaza. They’re Not TAs Anymore

University of Texas at Austin faculty members and students are protesting the removal of two teaching assistants who sent students a pro-Palestinian statement.