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Follies in America: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Kerry Dean Carso, professor of art history at SUNY New Paltz, examines the history of...
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Gettysburg College Shutters Acclaimed Literary Journal

Administrators say The Gettysburg Review does not fit the college’s new curriculum, which focuses on student experiences. Staff—and former interns—disagree.

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Promoting Academic Freedom, from UChicago to… Hamline?

Free expression debates continue at universities. And when traditional institutions don’t back speech, others, such as Heterodox Academy and Jordan Peterson's new venture, step in.

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Scaling Up: Michigan Invests in Talent Pipeline, Experiential Learning

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is expanding opportunities for college students to work alongside local businesses and get paid, with a focus on ease of access and equity.


3 Key Themes and 11 Observations From the 2023 edX Global Forum

Notes from the first big in-person edX gathering since the 2U acquisition.

Nosy Hara Dwarf Lemurs: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute , part of SUNY Polytechnic Institute Week: Adam McLain, associate professor of biology, travels to...
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Waiting for FAFSA

A major overhaul to the federal student aid form delayed its launch at least two months. That means headaches for everyone from financial aid officers to applicants.