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University of Toronto to Return $450,000 Gift From Amazon

The University of Toronto’s law school will return a $450,000 gift from Amazon amid criticism that the source of the...
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Courting Wealthy Students

The failure of colleges to expand access for students of color can’t be blamed solely on the Supreme Court—rather, it’s a result of colleges’ own aid choices, Mike Nylund writes.

The Week in Admissions News

Carleton College ends legacy admissions; the ED criticizes USC's handling of financial aid appeals; a new survey reveals the salaries, budgets and top worries of chief diversity officers.

New Theories of Epidemiology: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Gettysburg College Week: Jim Downs, Gilder Lehrman National Endowment for the Humanities Professor...
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Housing Program for Students in Need Evolves

With new funding and operational changes, Columbus State Community College will continue its housing support program partnership for students needing short- and long-term assistance.

University of Utah Gymnastics Team Under Investigation

The University of Utah has launched an investigation of its highly acclaimed women’s gymnastics program following allegations of verbal and...

Jury Awards $4M to Unfairly Expelled Student

An Oregon jury awarded nearly $4 million to a former Pacific University student who accused the institution of mishandling allegations...

Report: Higher Ed Unions and Strikes Surged in 2022, 2023

Student worker unionization greatly accelerated in 2022 and the first half of 2023, with almost 35,700 students gaining union representation...