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Seeking Students With Grit

University of Utah hopes to expand a program that diversifies the institution—and that should survive a Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action.

The Week in Admissions News

Another Varsity Blues sentence; moving forward on FAFSA simplification; frictionless syllabus access.

Excise Legacy Admissions

Many medical schools practice legacy admissions, and it’s time for them to stop, writes Christoph Baker.

Niche Enters Direct Admissions Space

Company joins several others in the growing market.

ASA College Stripped of Accreditation

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education on Friday withdrew accreditation from ASA College, a for-profit institution beset by an...

UCLA Football Attracts Few Fans

The University of California, Los Angeles, plays its football games to half-capacity crowds, The New York Times reported. This is...

Bias and Artificial Intelligence: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute , part of New York University Week: Madalina Vlasceanu, assistant professor of psychology, explores why...

Setting the Record Straight on Abortion and Maternal Health

Journal says it’s investigating a paper attacking a major study on abortion and women’s health, but does oversight come too late?