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Grand Canyon University Fined $37.7M for ‘Lies’ to Students

The university, which has been locked in a years-long battle with the Education Department, vowed to fight back.

Education Department: Arcadia University Violated Title IX

Arcadia University mishandled complaints that a professor was sexually harassing students, violating Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972...

Salary Negotiations at Companies With Social Missions: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Insiya Hussain, assistant professor of management at the University of Texas at Austin, explores how...

Cornell Student Arrested for Allegedly Threatening Jews

A 21-year-old junior at Cornell University was arrested Tuesday and charged with allegedly making threats over the weekend to kill...
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In ‘Buyer’s Market,’ Tuition Increases Haven’t Outpaced Inflation

The College Board’s 2023 “Pricing and Student Aid” report shows that average published tuition and fees increased this year, but the increase was less than the rate of inflation.

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Get Your Head in the Game for Study Abroad

Faculty and students at DePaul University created Buddy Abroad, a multiplayer board game to prepare students for scenarios they may encounter studying abroad and give them advice for how to overcome challenges.

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Debunking Perceptions About Value of Humanities Degrees

An American Academy of Arts and Sciences report found humanities majors in all but four states had median incomes at least 40 percent higher than workers with only a high school degree.

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Opinion

Affordable Housing Is a Higher Ed Issue

It’s not enough for colleges to support students experiencing homelessness—they need to lobby to improve access to affordable housing, Paul Schofield writes.