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University of California System Bans Fully Online Degrees

The 10-campus system closes a loophole that could have let undergraduates piece together a degree. Experts and some inside the system say that in justifying its decision, UC perpetuated outdated claims about online learning.

Indictment in Racial Attack at U of Kentucky

Sophia Rosing was indicted by a Kentucky grand jury this week for third-degree assault of a police officer, two counts of fourth-degree assault, second-degree disorderly conduct and alcohol intoxication.
Opinion

What the Accreditation Naysayers Don’t Understand

If you want a higher ed reboot, you’re going to need the accreditors, Lawrence Schall writes.
Opinion

Advocacy Is Missing in College Applications

Counselors can do much more to help good students get into good colleges, writes John Morganelli Jr.

Appeals Court Rules Against Berkeley Plan for Student Housing

A California appeals court has ruled against a plan put forward by the University of California, Berkeley, to develop student...

Framing the Narrative With a New Role

Sacred Heart University recently promoted a professor to a new role focused on enhancing the student experience.

For-Profit ASA College Closes Without Teach-Out Plan

ASA College, a for-profit institution based in New York City, has closed without an approved teach-out plan, according to its...

Stanford Faculty Concerned About Bias Reporting System

A group of Stanford University faculty members has petitioned for a campus investigation of free speech and academic freedom in...