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Newly Tenured… at Northern Illinois, Tennessee Tech, U of Hawai‘i at Hilo

The following colleges awarded tenure recently. Northern Illinois University Heather Bergan-Roller, biological sciences Marcia Cooke, nursing Christine D’Alexander, music Alex...
Students gathered around the Cabrini logo on an athletics field.

Cabrini University Will Close

After months of seeking a partnership, Cabrini University will close. Nearby Villanova University is working on a deal to acquire its campus.

Trustee Provided Private Flights, Golf Simulator to DeSantis

Florida governor Ron DeSantis has accepted at least a dozen private flights and a costly golf simulator from University of...

Future Practitioners See Broken Criminal Justice System: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: TaLisa J. Carter, assistant professor in the department of justice, law and criminology at American...

UC San Diego Protesters Accused of Misconduct

Sixty-seven graduate students at the University of California, San Diego, are facing disciplinary action after protesting at an alumni awards...

Louisiana Requires ‘In God We Trust’ Signs in All Classrooms

Louisiana public K-12 schools and colleges and universities will be required to put signs that state “In God We Trust”...
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Conservatives Sue, Investigate Disinformation Researchers

A second lawsuit alleges a Stanford University–University of Washington collaboration worked to “censor” Americans’ speech. The new suit takes aim at the researchers themselves. 

 City College of San Francisco board president Alan Wong stands in a row with a group of representatives of organizations supporting Cantonese programming in front of a college building on the Chinatown campus. Many of the people are Asian American, and some are wearing blue paper masks.

Cantonese Certificate Program Stalled at City College of San Francisco

The college was expected to launch two Cantonese certificate programs this fall. One program isn’t moving forward, and advocates are upset by the delay.