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College Endowment Returns Fall After Soaring High

Surging inflation and global disruptions undercut endowment returns for colleges and universities in the 2022 fiscal year, a reversal of fortunes from the previous year.

Poll: Most of the Public Opposes Considering Race in Admissions

A new poll by Reuters/Ipsos found that 62 percent of Americans say race and ethnicity should not be considered at...

New Study: Lack of Sleep Hurts Students’ Grades

Every additional hour of average nightly sleep early in the semester is associated with an 0.07-point increase in end-of-term grade...
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Iran Forces Dissenters Out of Academe

Many prominent professors have lost their positions in recent weeks.

When a Hamline Happens

Carol Quillen considers questions and challenges brought to the fore by the controversy over images of the Prophet Muhammad shown in an art class.

Alonso Perales, Architect of Latino Destiny: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Cynthia Orozco, professor of history and humanities at Eastern New Mexico at Ruidoso, examines one...

Michigan State Students Don’t Want to Go Back to Class

When a gunman killed three Michigan State University students and seriously injured five others on Monday night, the university announced...

Breaking Rules and Making Enemies

Twin investigations find that Minnesota State College Southeast president Marsha Danielson violated policies on accepting gifts and maintaining a respectful workplace.