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Growing Public Awareness of ‘Period Poverty’ Prompts Legislative Action

More college officials and state lawmakers are addressing this once-taboo issue. Some colleges already provided free menstrual products for students, and many are increasingly being required by law to do so.

BC Swimmers Sue to Lift Suspension for Alleged Hazing

Thirty-seven members of the Boston College swimming and diving program have sued the institution to lift the indefinite suspension that...
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AI Pioneer: ChatGPT Will Soon Become Scholars’ ‘Debate Partner’

A leading Hong Kong university scientist says the days are gone when AI was seen as the villain in education.

Climate Change’s Impact on Sea Urchins: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Austin M. Garner, assistant professor in the department of biology at Syracuse University, explores the...

Carthage Profs Censure Leaders Over Teaching Load Increase

Carthage College’s full-time faculty members have overwhelmingly censured their president, John R. Swallow, and their provost/executive vice president for operations...

N.J. For-Profit College Settles Misrepresentation Claims

The Federal Trade Commission and the state of New Jersey have reached settlements with a for-profit college they accused of...

Indigenous Students Underrepresented in Computer Science

Indigenous students have historically been underrepresented in computer science programs despite the growth in the number of computer science degrees...
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Untraditional Programs for Nontraditional Students

Eight California community colleges are developing programs to help adult learners earn degrees faster and more efficiently.