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California Bill to Ease Transfer Stokes Controversy

Advocates say legislation would smooth access to University of California campuses. UC leaders say the approach is oversimplified.

New Common App Launches, With Changes

The Common Application is set to launch today with a slate of changes, some of which are meant to help...

Jerry Falwell Jr. Sues Liberty Over His Father’s Trademark

Amid ongoing litigation against Liberty University, former Liberty president Jerry Falwell Jr. has filed another lawsuit, suing the evangelical institution...
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Labor Market Data Play Growing Role in Higher Ed

A Rutgers University study found that colleges are increasingly using the information to analyze graduates’ employment outcomes, recruit students and create new programs, among many other uses.

Why Cooling Coca-Cola Warms Our Planet: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Bart Elmore, associate professor of environmental history and core faculty member of the Sustainability Institute...
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Regional Comprehensive Universities: Separate and Unequal

The gaps in resources between flagships and regional comprehensive universities raise serious equity concerns and are at odds with commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion, Doug Eskew writes.

Application for New Repayment Plan Out

The U.S. Education Department launched a beta version of the application for its new income-driven repayment plan, CNN reported. Biden...

Alderson Broaddus Loses Degree-Granting Authority

Alderson Broaddus University has lost its state authorization to grant degrees, likely prompting a closure unless the small Baptist institution...