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Congress Sends $1.3 Billion to Colleges in Federal Earmarks

The money will go to 707 wide-ranging projects, from equipment purchases to airport-runway extensions. Which states and institutions will benefit the most?

A photo illustration of stacks of money against the backdrop of college campuses.

Inching Toward the $100,000 Sticker Price

Some selective institutions are expected to hit six figures soon, though such pricing will likely have more of a psychological and political impact than a financial one.

Veronica Stewart, career center director at Bryant University, teaches a lecture to first-year students.

Success Program Launch: Required Career Prep Seminar Course

In Bryant University’s new general education program, students must complete three one-credit courses, one of which is focused on professional development and career exploration.

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Opinion

NCAA, Heal Thyself

Any real reform in college sports needs to start with autonomy for the major programs and conferences, Josephine R. Potuto and Brian Shannon write.

How to Safely View a Total Solar Eclipse: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Indiana University’s Total Solar Eclipse Week: Hin Cheung, clinical assistant professor at the...

Voices of Student Success: Creating Community for Students in Recovery

Many students on college campuses struggle with substance use and abuse, but fewer have a supportive community they can turn to.

Inside Higher Ed 2024 Earmarks Database

Higher Ed Earmarks in Fiscal Year 2024 Budget Questions or comments about the data? Email katherine.knott@insidehighered.com.
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Smith Protesters Vow to Occupy Building Until College Divests

Demonstrators met with the college president but the two parties could not come to an understanding, members of Students for Justice in Palestine said on social media.