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Legal Blow to Internet Archive, Controlled Digital Lending

A federal judge’s ruling for book publishers delivered a swift verdict that has significant implications for librarians, writers and limits of digital libraries.

The Role of Politics in Where Students Want to Go to College

Study finds that nearly one in four high school seniors said they passed up, out of political concerns, a college they would have initially considered because of its state. The trend is evident among conservatives and liberals.

5 Colleges in Louisiana Have Cybersecurity Breach

Five colleges and universities in Louisiana lack their regular computer systems, which are not operating, reported. The five include...

Middlebury Sued Over Changing Name of Chapel

Middlebury College is being sued for changing the name of its chapel. The name was changed from Mead Memorial Chapel...

Optics, the Future of Computation and Medicine: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Moussa N’Gom, assistant professor in the department of physics, applied physics and astronomy at...

President Sued for Canceling Drag Show

Walter Wendler, the president of West Texas A&M University, was sued Friday for canceling a drag show on campus. He...

After Yearlong Wait, Bates Unionization Vote Fails

After over a year of waiting for the results of a union election that would have brought together non-tenure-track faculty and staff, union organizers heard the outcome. They lost.

Temple Board to Become More Involved in Oversight

Temple University’s Board of Trustees will become more involved in university oversight because of what the board chair called an...