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Campus Engagement Tip: Take Students Out for Lunch

To promote authentic relationships between faculty members and students, colleges offer discounted or free meals in the dining halls for those looking to dine together.

Wis. Governor Sues Lawmakers Over Blocked Pay Raises

Wisconsin’s Democratic governor, Tony Evers, has sued Republican legislators for allegedly defying the state Constitution and undermining his executive powers...
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A New Approach to Categorizing Colleges

Changes in Carnegie Classifications will simplify requirements for top research category and give colleges multiple labels instead of one, to make it easier to compare peers.

Health-Care Students Concerned About State of the Industry

A quarter of medical and nursing students in the U.S. have considered quitting their degree programs, according to a new...
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Part-Time Faculty Members Strike at Columbia College Chicago

The part-time faculty union launched a walkout Monday, sending strong demands to both the institution and its own members.

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Student Loan Errors Prompt $7.2M Penalty

The Education Department is punishing one of its largest contractors after a billing error led thousands to miss their student loan payments this month.

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Biden Administration Details Plan for Broader Debt Relief

The draft proposal offers relief to borrowers who fall into certain categories, including those whose balances exceed the amount they initially borrowed.

Solace and Saudade: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Sarah Seymour, lecturer at Chiang Mai University, uses one poet's work to examine the search...