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San Antonio College President Reassigned for Handling of Campus Event

San Antonio College (SAC) President Naydeen González-De Jesús was reassigned to an administrative position Monday after a short and rocky...

UMBC Failed to Stop Alleged Harassment of Athletes, U.S. Finds

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County failed to respond to allegations of a former coach’s sexual harassment of male swimmers...
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Career Prep Tip: Host an Industry-Specific Career Fair

Villanova University now offers engineering-specific recruitment opportunities, responding to industry trends and helping students develop deeper relationships with professionals before graduating.

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Virginia Officials Scrutinize Two Universities’ DEI Course Syllabi

A spokesman for Governor Glenn Youngkin invoked concerns about “core curriculum mandates that are a thinly veiled attempt to incorporate the progressive left’s groupthink.” Two universities’ diversity education initiatives may be in peril.

Biden Touts Efforts to Combat Junk Fees in Higher Ed

In statements and a fact sheet, the Biden administration highlighted Friday several ongoing efforts to crack down on so-called junk...
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The Value of Peer Leadership in College

Upper-level students who mentor and guide their classmates can positively impact their success, both inside and outside of the classroom.

University of Maryland Ends Suspension of Most Greek Organizations

The University of Maryland (UMD) lifted its suspension of 32 of the 37 Greek organizations it had initially suspended at...