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The skyline of New Haven, Conn., in the fall

New Office at Yale Combines Success Resources, Promotes Access

By consolidating services, staff hope students will become more familiar with the resources available to them and more inclined to use them.

Brandeis, Long Linked to Leonard Bernstein, to End Music Ph.D. Programs

Brandeis University will put its two doctoral programs in music composition and theory and in musicology on hiatus with plans...
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Community Colleges Double Down on Dual Enrollment

The programs are a consistent source of students and revenue for colleges with declining enrollments, especially if students stay on after graduating from high school.

California Drops Effort to Bar Professor as Expert Witness

the California Department of Education is no longer threatening to fine a Stanford University K-12 researcher $50,000 and cut off...

2 Congressmen Form Caucus to Preserve Historic College Football Stadiums

Two House lawmakers have teamed up to form a new congressional caucus focused on preserving and protecting more than a...

Another College Mandates Masks

Dillard University, a private historically Black university located in New Orleans, will require students and employees to wear masks indoors...

Evaluating Real-World Global Health Interventions: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Gettysburg College Week: Megan Benka-Coker, assistant professor of health sciences, examines one method...

Yale Settles Mental Health Lawsuit

Yale University reached a settlement with a student and alumni group that accused the Ivy League institution of discriminating against...