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A $50 Million Gift for Purdue’s Business School

A $50 million gift to Purdue University will be used to help relaunch the Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. School of...

College to Pay Interim President $400K More Than Predecessor

The New College of Florida Board of Trustees approved a contract for interim president Richard Corcoran with a base salary...

Playing Cupid on Campus

Datamatch, a website operated by Harvard students, aims to make Valentine’s Day magic by pairing students on campuses—and bribing them with free food to actually meet up.

RISD Drops Out of ‘U.S. News’ Undergraduate Rankings

The Rhode Island School of Design announced Monday that it will no longer participate in U.S. News & World Report’s...

Valerie Sheares Ashby on Leadership and Succeeding a Legend

Freeman Hrabowski left big shoes to fill at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. His successor discusses the privilege of service and the importance of pursuing “inclusive excellence.”

8 Students Have Died at N.C. State This Academic Year

A student death, apparently by suicide, on Saturday brings to eight the number of students who have died at North...

Michigan County Officials Push Back on Sex Ed Week

Republican officials from two Michigan counties took issue with Grand Valley State University after their local health departments were listed...

A 2-Year College Seeks to Break Free

If passed, legislation in Virginia would provide Richard Bland College of William & Mary with its own board, breaking apart a 1960s governance system that leaders say is stuck in time.