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The Transfer Student Success and Equity Intensive is producing more equitable transfer outcomes.

Mass. Governor Appoints Panel ‘to Promote Representation in Education’

Massachusetts governor Maura Healey, a Democrat, has appointed a panel to consider what the state should do if the Supreme...

U of Delaware the Latest to Settle COVID-19 Lawsuit

The University of Delaware will pay $6.3 million to settle a lawsuit filed by students over its campus shutdown during...
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Behind the Curtain of Pay-to-Join Freshman Facebook Groups

Freshmen who want to connect with their fellow students can join unofficial college Facebook groups dedicated to finding roommates and sharing advice—for a fee.

Suit Threatened as Anthropologists’ Israel Boycott Vote Begins

Just as American Anthropological Association members have started voting on a resolution “ to boycott Israeli academic institutions,” a law...

Student Spending on Course Materials Falls to Decade Low

Average annual spending on college course materials fell to a decade low of $285 in the 2022–23 academic year, Student...
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We Can Say the Word ‘Fat’

Most of us in academe would rather ignore the needs of marginalized people than recognize antifat biases, but we must do better, writes Kallie Menard.


Reject Automated Grading of Student Writing

Some lines we shouldn’t cross. This is one.