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Migrants sit in New York City's Port Authority bus terminal.

Housing Migrants in College Dorms?

As asylum seekers arrive in the U.S., some legislators think college residence halls could provide a temporary housing solution. Most colleges say they don’t have room.

The Texas Senate chamber, with an aqua-blue rug and wooden desks and chair.

Tenure Survives in Texas; DEI Offices Do Not

Faculty groups still worry about provisions for dismissal; faculty and student groups oppose the DEI measure.

Tenure Awarded… at Ithaca, St. Norbert, Trinity, U of Delaware

The following universities have made announcements of professors earning tenure in recent weeks: Ithaca College Julie Blumberg, media arts, sciences...

UMass Boston Graduates Receive $1,000 Cash

Graduates of the University of Massachusetts at Boston received a welcome surprise from their commencement speaker: $1,000 cash each. Rob...

The King’s College Loses Accreditation

Already facing severe financial pressures, the King’s College was dealt another blow last week when the Middle States Commission on...

U of California President’s Home Vandalized With Racist Graffiti

Police are investigating as a hate crime the vandalization of the home of Dr. Michael Drake, president of the University...
A group of disengaged, bored-looking students—one resting her head on her hand, and another with their head on the desk—in a university lecture hall.
Opinion

Students Are Less Engaged; Stop Blaming COVID

As “digitally evolved knowledge workers,” our students engage differently than the generations before them; as educators, we need to adapt, Jenny Darroch writes.

U of California President’s Home Vandalized With Racist Graffiti

Police are investigating as a hate crime the vandalization of the home of Dr. Michael Drake, president of the University...