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All in a Day’s Work: Being Transparent With Struggles

A staff member at St. Francis College shares how vulnerability helps him build trust with first-generation scholars and encourages help-seeking behavior among students.

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Citing FAFSA Delays, U.S. to Ease Requirements for Colleges

The Education Department will limit verification of aid applications and reduce program reviews to let institutions focus on students.

UNCF Report Details HBCUs’ Role in Climate Solutions

Historically Black colleges and universities are poised to play a role in combating climate change, according to a new report...
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Constrained by the Presidency

Colorado College president L. Song Richardson is stepping down in order to “fully engage” in national debates in a way she feels unable to do in her current role.

Sexism and Ambiguity: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Laura Doering, associate professor of strategic management and sociology at the University of Toronto, examines...
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Opinion

The Presidential Voice

Leaders need to reset expectations around how and when they comment on world events, Suzanne M. Rivera writes.

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University of Missouri System Extends Test-Optional Policy

The University of Missouri system is extending its test-optional policy for another year following a unanimous vote by the system’s...

Land-Grant Universities Profit Off Native Lands

Fourteen land-grant universities benefit from money made off “trust lands,” or lands taken from Native Americans and managed by the...