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Louisiana Tech Student Stabs 4 on Campus

A Louisiana Tech University student allegedly stabbed four people on campus Monday in what officials are calling a “random act...
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Some Good News on Campus Veterans

There is progress amid the discouraging developments about the state of veterans on campuses, Wick Sloane writes.

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Universities Prepare to Launch 2-Year Colleges

The goal of the model, started at Loyola University, is to get low-income students to and through college with little to no debt.

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Report: Strengthening Community College Student Transfer

Research from the California Community Colleges system identifies four experiences that increase likelihood of transfer among African American students from a two-year to four-year institution.

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AI Voice Clones and Deepfakes: The Latest Presidents’ Engagement Tools

Artificial intelligence is allowing university presidents to reach students in new ways—and forms. But experts warn to proceed with caution.

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All the Presidents’ Golf Carts

Several college and university presidents around the nation travel their campuses in golf carts. Institutional leaders explain the vision and practical benefits of doing so.

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College Transfer Process Is ‘DIY’ for Many Students

A new report magnifies existing hurdles students face when attempting to transfer from a two-year college to a four-year institution.

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New College of Florida Seeks $400M for Conservative Transformation

The high-priced business plan emphasizes new facilities and academic programs, as well as athletics. Officials say the money is needed to reach state goals.