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2 Ivies Will Up Their Municipal Payments. Is It Enough?

Nonprofit universities often pay the towns that host them in lieu of property tax. Students say selective institutions with big endowments should do more.

New York Invests Millions More Into University AI Research

New York State is doubling down on artificial intelligence research, investing $20 million to be split between the University at...

Former Florida Presidents to Legislators: ‘Enough Is Enough’

Seven former presidents of public institutions in Florida published in an op-ed in The Tampa Bay Times Wednesday criticizing the...
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Birmingham-Southern College Denied State Loan

Alabama rebuffed the private college’s request for a loan from a program seemingly made for it. Now the college is suing the state to fend off a possible closure.

Using Light to Analyze Plants: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Joshua Brake, assistant professor of engineering at Harvey Mudd College, looks inside plants for...

No More ‘Logic Games’ on the LSAT

The Law School Admissions Council is removing the logic games section from the Law School Admission Test starting in August...

Judge Lets Avila University Tap Restricted Endowment Funds

A Missouri judge agreed Wednesday to let Avila University dip into millions of dollars of restricted endowment funds to cover...
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Success Program Launch: Peer Groups for Students in Recovery

The University of New Hampshire received $400,000 from the state to launch an alternative support group, benefiting as many as 100 students in the first year.