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Early Application Data Are Rosy, if Complex

Applications this fall rose 41 percent over pre-pandemic levels, buoyed by a big upswing in minority applicants, according to preliminary data from the Common App.

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Student Wellness Tip: Offer Informal Counseling Consultations

Cornell University’s Let’s Talk program helps familiarize students with mental health care services, promoting access and usage.

North Carolina Central University Suspends Online Classes Following Cyberattack

Online classes, Wi-Fi and campus email were shut down on North Carolina Central University’s campus following a cyberattack on Sunday...

Prairie View A&M Employee Shot and Killed on Campus

An employee of Prairie View A&M University was shot and killed on campus by a former employee, according to a...

GWU Suspends SJP Chapter for Violating Policies

George Washington University has suspended its chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine after the organization projected anti-Zionist slogans onto...

Collin College Wins Free Speech Lawsuit

Collin College in McKinney, Tex., has won a lawsuit filed by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression on behalf...

Natural Products and Fighting Breast Cancer: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Ramneet Kaur, assistant professor of biology at Columbus State University, details new ideas in...
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In Class, Some Colleges Overlook Technology’s Dark Side

Safety and ethics appear to be elective or nonexistent, rather than fundamental parts of studies, in many computing programs, students at a global forum reported.