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Supreme Court Will Not Hear Texas Drag Show Case

The Supreme Court will not review a case brought by a student organization at a public university in Texas that...

Rutgers Unions Sued Over Strike; Case Seeks National Impact

A junior is suing Rutgers University faculty, graduate student, postdoctoral associate and counselor unions that struck in April 2023—plus their...
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The NCAA Men’s Basketball Champion, if Brains Beat Brawn

An Inside Higher Ed annual tradition since 2006: the Academic Performance Tournament. This year's winner is ...

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House Republicans Float Bill to Require Free Speech on Campuses

The legislation attempts to address what Republicans say is a long-standing attack on free expression in higher education. Critics say it would make it hard to protect students from hate speech.

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Opinion

et tu Yale and Brown (and UT-Austin)?

Jim Jump reflects on moves by three more universities to reinstate standardized test requirements.

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Student Aid Forms Start Trickling In

After a two-month delay, the U.S. Education Department began sending FAFSA forms to colleges last week. College officials are eager to get to work, but slow pace and technical holdups threaten further delays.

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Small Thank-You Gifts May Boost Alumni Donor Engagement

New research debunks the myth that openly advertising trinkets given to new donors as an incentive can dissuade frequent givers.

The Week in Admissions News

UT Austin reinstates standardized test requirement; the Education Department begins sending colleges financial aid data; Virginia bans legacy preferences in admissions.