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New Analysis Finds Race-Conscious Admissions Didn’t Close Equity Gaps

An analysis of selective versus open-access institutions found that diversity gains made at the most selective U.S. colleges and universities...

‘Breaking Down Barriers to Student Success’: A New Compilation

Institutions are increasingly focused on breaking down barriers to student success, not only within the classroom but across the student...

Mixed-Status Families Can Now Complete FAFSA

The Department of Education has implemented a temporary fix to the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that...
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A Full Campus Shutdown at a California State University

Cal Poly Humboldt was the first to switch to online classes and lock its doors in response to a building occupation. The occupation is over, but the campus remains closed.

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New AI Guidelines Aim to Help Research Libraries

The new list of seven principles support librarians increasingly bombarded with questions about artificial intelligence.

Ep. 112: How Should We Measure Post-College Outcomes?

Zakiya Ellis, a longtime policy expert, on whether we’re asking the right questions and have the right data.

Protesters stand in front of a building they’ve occupied at Columbia University

Live Updates on Campus Protests, April 30

The latest news on developments at colleges and universities around the country.

A police officer mounted on a horse, faces a group of protesting students, one holding a sign that reads “Free Palestine”.
Opinion

Are We Repeating the Mistakes of the 1960s?

Police-based strategies for containing campus protests fail in balancing safety with student expression, Yalile Suriel writes.