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Legacy Admissions Is Still Under Attack

While few colleges have moved in recent years, student groups have taken up the issue, writes Christoph Baker.

The Week in Admissions News

Webcast on admissions changes globally; helping rural students; the three-year bachelor’s degree.

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2.2% of This Year’s Applicants Are Trans or Nonbinary

Data come from Common App and Campus Pride as they release new guide on sex and gender questions in applications.

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3 Campus Faith Spaces Focused on Spiritual Well-Being

Students engage with their religious or spiritual lives on campuses, where faith connections offer opportunities for community building and personal wellness.

UC Riverside Shuts Down Economics Center Opposed by Faculty

The University of California, Riverside has shut down an economics research center after some faculty members urged an investigation into...

Binghamton to Pay Ex-Dean $1.5 Million

Binghamton University of the State University of New York has paid a former dean $1.5 million after a judge ruled...
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New on the Job: Q&A With April Belback, University of Pittsburgh

April Belback, director of student success at the University of Pittsburgh, shares about her work launching the institution’s Student Success Hub and the importance of belonging in the student experience.

Speaker Says She Was Assaulted at San Francisco State

Riley Gaines, a former college swimmer, says she was assaulted during an appearance at San Francisco State University, where she...