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Pitzer Students Celebrate Closure of Israel Study Abroad Program

Pitzer College has suspended its study abroad program at the University of Haifa in Israel. Officials at the California college...
A group of students and several professors pose with a College of Charleston flag on the roof a waste-to-energy plant in Denmark.

Alternative Spring Break: Hygge, Happiness and Sustainability

A group of first-year students at the College of Charleston recently returned from a spring-break trip to Denmark, where they studied how personal and environmental sustainability intersect.

Learning Behind Bars: The Shifting Fortunes of Prison Education

While U.S. prison-reform advocates celebrate reversal of a 30-year ban on incarcerated students accessing Pell Grants, counterparts in England and Wales say government inaction has stalled progress.

A close-up of a student’s hands on a laptop keyboard with icons relating to AI seeming to emanate from the computer.
Opinion

Bridging the AI Divide: A Call to Action

Leaders must take steps to prevent low-income and first-gen students from falling further behind, Adela de la Torre and James Frazee write.

A headshot Janay Garrick

Sex Discrimination or Doctrinal Differences?

A former professor’s sex discrimination lawsuit against Moody Bible Institute was recently allowed to proceed by a federal appeals court. The case could have bigger implications for religious colleges.

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States Bristle at Cardona Plea to Push Aid Deadlines

Many local officials say they’ll do what’s right for students, but note that pushing the deadline back too far could have its own unintended consequences.

Opinion

Three Questions on Academic Innovation for U-M’s Mike Daniel

A conversation with the University of Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation senior director of policy and chief operating officer.

A photo illustration of the Israeli and Palestinian flags, separated by a crack between them.

Leaders of Sociology Group Resist Call for Ceasefire Resolution

Members of the American Sociological Association will now get a say, voting on whether to make their group the latest to call for an end to the war.