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How George Mason’s Law School Became a Conservative Center

George Mason University’s law school, the Antonin Scalia School of Law, has emerged as a prominent conservative law school. An...
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Playing Chicken With Accreditors

North Idaho College’s board voted last week to nullify the president’s contract, adding more drama to the long-standing governance concerns accreditors have raised.

Colorado School of Mines Teaching With Heart participants smile for a photo

Academic Success Tip: Teach With Love

Colorado School of Mines encourages STEM educators to look beyond course design and pedagogy to embrace a character of love and teach with heart.

Fourth-year student Anna LePlatt gives a speech at the opening of the Data Driven Frederick Center as Hood College president Andrea Chapdelaine watches.

President Swaps Schedules With Students, Promoting Campus Engagement

Hood College’s fifth annual Chap Swap allowed one student to live a day shadowing President Andrea Chapdelaine and vice versa, offering deeper insight into their respective roles on campus.

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Connecticut State System Warns of ‘Devastating’ Cuts

Lawmakers and higher ed leaders are facing off over the proposed state budget. With COVID funds drying up and enrollment dwindling, it’s a battle likely to play out in other states, too.

Navarro Sued for Allegedly Covering Up Sex Assault on Cheerleading Squad

Navarro College is facing a federal lawsuit by a woman who says the head cheerleading coach tried to cover up...

2 Apparent Suicides in 24 Hours at N.C. State

Two North Carolina State University students died, apparently by suicide, within a 24-hour period, ABC11 reported Thursday. They are the...

A Free Speech Violation or Overdue Discipline?

A tenured professor at Bakersfield College says district leaders are firing him for expressing conservative views. College administrators dispute that and cite a long list of charges.