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1,000+ Institutions are Hispanic-Serving or on the Cusp

About 1,000 colleges and universities across the United States qualified or were on the cusp of becoming Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs)...

University of Nebraska Regents Pick Presidential Finalist

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents named Jeffrey Gold as its priority candidate for the system’s open presidency, making...
A photograph of Florida governor Ron DeSantis holding up his hands and speaking into a microphone.

Florida Law Threatens to Defund, Disband Higher Ed Unions

Governor Ron DeSantis signed legislation last year threatening to decertify unions if fewer than 60 percent of bargaining unit members paid dues. Faculty unions are threatened but not yet erased.

Virtue and Video Games: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: James Dawes, DeWitt Wallace professor of English at Macalester College, explores the benefits that can...

How Perceptions of College Value Play Out on Social Media

A scan of 13,000 social media comments discussing the value of going to college shows that 93 percent of them...

Two Ohio Universities Announce Merger

Presidents of the University of Findlay and Bluffton University, located 20 miles apart in Northwest Ohio, announced plans to merge...
Students riding bicycles and walking near an arched entrance on the UC Berkeley campus

House Committee Investigates UC Berkeley’s Antisemitism Response

Following a campus protest of an Israeli speaker that turned violent last month, the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce is investigating UC Berkeley.

A standardized test answer sheet, with some bubbles filled in, and a pencil and eraser placed on top.

Reinstating Tests Is a Step Back for Access

The reasons elite colleges give for reinstating their standardized test requirements don’t stand up to scrutiny, Audrey Fisch writes.