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Protesting Iowa Grad Students Shut Down Board Meeting

Protesting graduate students shut down a University of Iowa Board of Regents meeting Wednesday, disrupting the event with demands for...

DePaul to Require IDs on Campus

Following the robbery of a number of students near DePaul University in Chicago over the past month, the university will...

Former Professor Accused of Inappropriate Behavior at 2 Universities

A former California Polytechnic State University professor is being investigated by the university’s Civil Rights and Compliance Office under Title...
An image of the text alert sent to Lane College students superimposed on a photo of a campus building. The text message reads, "Lane College Campus lock down, Campus lock down. Black male, dreads black hoody the area of Jennie Hall possibly armed. Any contact call JPD or Security."

A Lockdown, Then Criticism at Lane College

Some people on campus complained about a lack of communication during a recent lockdown. Lane administrators said they took all necessary steps to keep everyone informed.

Compensating College Athletes for Playing: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of University of St. Thomas Week: David A. Grenardo, associate director of the Holloran...

Wesleyan Goes Loan-Free for All Students

Wesleyan University in Connecticut announced Thursday that it would eliminate loans from its financial aid packages, joining a select group...
Five nursing students smile at Jessie, a spaniel dog, in her white dog bed

Student Wellness Tip: Therapy Dogs Ease Academic Stress for Nursing Students

Many colleges welcome therapy dogs to campus to support students, especially during exam times, but measuring the impact is less common. A recent pilot study found therapy dogs can decrease student stress when they are present in the classroom throughout the term.

A Black man in a blue suit and tie and a Latino man in a gray suit and tie face off over the U.S. Capitol

A Political Standoff Over Affirmative Action

Politicians are settling into entrenched positions in the fight over how to interpret the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ban. Where does that leave colleges?