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Yale Tries to Straddle the Testing Divide

The university will require test scores but accept alternatives to the SAT and ACT. Officials hope it’s the right mix of rigor and flexibility for a post-pandemic era.

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Survey: Why Students Enroll and Why They Persist

Survey data from Anthology identify key factors in student success among U.S. college students, including barriers to completion and how they want to receive university communications.

Opinion

The Changing of the Campus Guard

How generational succession is transforming college cultures.

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Did an N.C. State Building Sicken Scores of Occupants?

Some current and former employees say they fear probable carcinogens in a campus building may have harmed them and students. They’re criticizing the university’s response.

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Opinion

Whom Would Jesus Cancel?

Alex Small offers a Catholic defense of academic freedom in the wake of a Catholic University of America lecturer’s firing.

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The Economic Returns of a Rural Education

A recent report argues rural-serving institutions offer meaningful benefits to their students, including quicker times to degree and lower prices.

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Funding Student Success: The Business of Mental Health

Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management is promoting student mental health and the mental health of future teams with the donor-funded Nass Mental Health Initiative.

Eastern Gateway Community College Halts Registration

The Board of Trustees at Eastern Gateway Community College in Ohio announced Wednesday that registration and enrollment will be paused...