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Mythology Behind the Solar Eclipse: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse segment: Moira Marsh, researcher and folklore librarian, uses...

Students Suspended After Storming Pomona President’s Office

Twenty students were arrested at Pomona College Friday evening after pro-Palestinian protesters occupied the office of president Gabrielle Starr, The...
A group of six college students sits on the floor in a living room/common area having what appears to be an engaged, supportive discussion.

In Admissions and on Campus, a More Self-Aware, Self-Compassionate Student Body

Applicants and current students alike are increasingly comfortable talking about their mental health—and that’s something to celebrate, Lisa Kaenzig and Melanie Sage write.

Robot hands fill out a sample college application

The (AI) Counselor Is in

AI-powered college advising tools promise to free up time-strapped counselors and “democratize” admissions expertise for less-privileged high schoolers. Will they?

A sign reads “Suspend Pitzer Haifa” in capital letters with a picture of a watermelon and a heart.

Pitzer Drops Study Abroad in Israel. Will Others Follow?

Student activists say the decision was an ideological move long in the making. College officials say an academic boycott had nothing to do with it.

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona stands at a podium. A blurred out image of the white house is in the background.

After FAFSA Issues, Education Department Faces ‘Crisis of Credibility’

Colleges and universities say they need more honesty and transparency from the department to rebuild their trust in the federal financial aid system.

The Week in Admissions News

The ongoing FAFSA debacle continues: tax errors, reprocessing efforts and a hearing.

Arrest of Stony Brook Protesters Sparks Backlash

Nine people were arrested at Stony Brook University for allegedly disrupting university activities during a March 26 pro-Palestinian rally on...