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View of the court during the game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Omaha Mavericks at Memorial Stadium on Aug. 30, 2023, in Lincoln, Neb.

Nebraska Women’s Volleyball Sets World Record—in the Stands

A women’s volleyball match held Wednesday night at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln’s football stadium broke the world record...
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Australia’s Great Divide: Rich Universities Grow as Others Falter

Post-pandemic, wealthy Australian universities are attracting more investment and richer international students, while poorer institutions struggle to educate the bulk of students.

WVU Still Proposes Nixing Math Grad Degrees, but Floats Replacements

West Virginia University officials announced Thursday that they will still recommend that their Board of Governors eliminate the institution’s current...

Carleton College Eliminates Legacy Preferences

Carleton College eliminated its legacy admissions policy Thursday. In an email to students, faculty and alumni, college president Alison Byerly...
A crowd of students and visitors hold their hands up at Asbury University's chapel as someone preaches from a podium with a large blue cross.

An Enrollment Spike at Asbury University

A two-week prayer revival on campus attended by tens of thousands drew national attention to the university, but administrators say it isn’t the sole cause of the enrollment spike.

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Getting the Message—to Study Economics

First-generation students are underrepresented in economics, but a new study finds that messaging students about why they should major in the field closes this gap.

Ex-Professor's Clown Fetish Led to Police Reports, Harassment Claims

Students alleged that a now former Nicholls State University assistant geography professor with a self-described clown “fetish” asked them to...
Police place two people in handcuffs in community college hallway.

Union Employees Arrested for Trespassing on Community College Campus

The arrests at Harrisburg Area Community College’s Lancaster campus prompted accusations and recrimination. The union said the arrests violated labor law; the college called it an orchestrated “publicity stunt.”