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Michigan Protesters Bring Honors Convocation to a Halt

Pro-Palestine student activists disrupted an honors convocation at the University of Michigan on Sunday, interrupting President Santa Ono’s speech and...

New Bachelor’s Degrees Coming to California Community Colleges

Six new bachelor’s degrees programs have been approved at campuses within the California Community Colleges system, according to a news...
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State Support Turns Minnesota’s Enrollment Tide

Enrollment at public colleges rose for the first time in a decade. Higher ed leaders credit historic state funding and innovative college access initiatives.

Historical World Orders and Our Current Crisis: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Ayse Zarakol, professor of international relations at the University of Cambridge, looks back to see...
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‘That’s a Great Question!’: The Value of Positive Faculty Feedback

One recent paper links welcoming faculty responses to student questions to better student outcomes in STEM courses, building on other work finding that students benefit when professors are approachable, accessible and supportive.

White Professor Wins Discrimination Lawsuit Against St. Louis HBCU

A white professor recently won $750,000 in a lawsuit against Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis after accusing the historically...
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Kyle Rittenhouse Campus Appearances Spark Outrage

Turning Point USA is sponsoring the author of Acquitted to “offer valuable insights” into self-defense and the justice system. Critics say it's pure provocation.

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All Eyes on Loneliness

The next step in addressing student mental health is to focus more on loneliness, Daniel Eisenberg, Joe Behen, Jan Collins Eaglin, Zainab Okolo and Jeremy Nobel write.