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N.Y. Lawmakers Set Sights on Expanding Tuition Assistance Program Eligibility

Legislators are optimistic about bipartisan support for the proposal, which would also increase grant amounts, but they’re keeping cognizant of a looming $4.3 billion budget gap.

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Measuring Censorship Is Hard, and Stopping It May Be Harder

Censorship often comes from scientists themselves, driven by laudable motives, Musa al-Gharbi and Nicole Barbaro write.

Harvard students hold up white pieces of paper with black text calling for "Justice for Gaza" as part of a pro-Palestinian protest

Presidents of Harvard, Penn and MIT Face Grilling on Capitol Hill

The House education committee invited the leaders to testify about their institutions’ responses to allegations of antisemitism—and to demand that they take stronger action.

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Short-Staffed, Colleges Outsource Financial Aid Offices

Last month Kentucky State U and Bethany College outsourced financial aid services. Such moves reflect a challenging environment for professionals in the field.

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Student Wellness Tip: Organize Resources on One Website

A new website aggregates all available resources for students in New Jersey facing basic needs insecurity, including childcare support, food pantries and shelters.

New Presidents or Provosts: Allegheny, Bluefield State–Beckley, British Columbia, Clayton State, Johns Hopkins, Midwestern State, Tennessee-Martin

Benoit-Antoine Bacon , president and vice chancellor of Carleton University, in Ottawa, has been selected as president and vice chancellor...

Discrimination as a Social Determinant of Obesity: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute , part of New York University Week: Adolfo G. Cuevas, assistant professor in the department...

Fitch: Pressures on Higher Ed to ‘Intensify’

The coming year will likely see college enrollment and financial challenges increase, according to Fitch Ratings’ outlook for higher education...