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King’s College of N.Y.C. Faces Financial Struggles, Hopes for Partner

King’s College, in New York City, is facing severe financial difficulties, Bloomberg reported. The Christian college is very small, with...

Protests Planned for First Day of Sasse’s Presidency

On his first day as president of the University of Florida, former Republican senator Ben Sasse faces a list of demands that call for him to defy Governor Ron DeSantis’s pledged reforms.

What If Colleges Lose at Supreme Court?

Some colleges are starting to plan for what is widely expected to happen: the end of affirmative action. They just aren’t saying so.

3 James Madison Students Killed in Car Crash

Three students at James Madison University, in Virginia, were killed when their car veered off a road in West Virginia...

Latina Faces Backlash as Miss Coppin State

Keylin Perez recently became the first Latina to be named Miss Coppin State University, and the reaction at the historically...

The Week in Admissions News

Freshman enrollment is up; diversity leaders are leaving; how Biden could win on loan forgiveness; a letter to the Education Department.

House, Senate Republicans Weigh In on Debt-Relief Lawsuits

Five former education secretaries, 128 House Republicans and 43 senators said in amicus briefs filed with the U.S. Supreme Court...