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Youngkin Vetoes Bill, Prohibiting Independent Legal Counsel

Virginia governor Glenn Youngkin vetoed a bill last week that would have allowed the governing board of each public college...

Caribbean Women in Literature: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Scripps College Week: Myriam J.A. Chancy, Guggenheim Fellow and Hartley Burr Alexander Chair...
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Professor Creates Digital Marketing Simulation to Teach Practical Skills

Students at Hult International Business School in Massachusetts play a simulated game that teaches the principles of digital marketing and allows them to refine their skills.

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‘Lawsuits Will Happen’

The authors of a new book argue that higher education institutions must adapt to the shifting legal landscape without losing sight of their fundamental values.

Weekly Wisdom | A Conversation with Rio Salado College President Kate Smith

An inspiring discussion with Kate Smith, President of Rio Salado College.

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Columbia’s President Heads to Capitol Hill

Minouche Shafik’s peers faced a Congressional grilling in December over antisemitism on campus, with disastrous results. Now it’s her turn. Is she ready?

Richard Cordray speaks into a microphone at a hearing in May 2023.

Republicans Find a Scapegoat for the FAFSA Mess

Calls for the ouster of Richard Cordray, head of the agency that developed and launched the troubled student-aid application, are growing louder. How did he become the conservatives’ culprit of choice?

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In Return to Tests, Don’t Forgo Disability Equity

As colleges reinstate standardized testing requirements, they must consider students with learning disabilities, Dwight Richardson Kelly writes.