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Moody’s Sees Positive News (and Some Risks) for Public Colleges

Moody’s finds good news and some risks in a new report on public college and university finances. “Improved state support...

Insider Status as a Researcher: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: TaLisa J. Carter, assistant professor in the department of justice, law and criminology at American...

New York Says Olivet U Can’t Operate in the State

New York State has withdrawn permission for Olivet University, an evangelical institution, to operate in the state, Newsweek reported. The...

Protections for Trans Athletes in Title IX Proposal Still Unknown

Both critics and proponents of transgender students’ involvement in intercollegiate athletics are not happy with the separate rule-making process.

Youngkin Picks Conservative, White VMI Trustees

Virginia governor Glenn Youngkin, a Republican, last week named four “white mostly conservative members” to the Board of Visitors of...

Columbia Will Skip the Next ‘U.S. News’ Rankings

Columbia University provost Mary Boyce announced Thursday that the university would not submit any data for the next rankings of...

Hopkins Replaces Director of Summer Programs

Johns Hopkins University has replaced the director of the Center for Talented Youth shortly after hundreds of families were told...

30 Months in Jail for Ex-Coach in Admissions Scandal

A federal judge sentenced Gordon Ernst, a former head coach for men’s and women’s tennis at Georgetown University, to 30...