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Campus leaders face intense scrutiny for what they say or don’t say in this tense period. Some messages that go over well on campus receive considerable criticism as they spread.
Presidents of tiny liberal arts colleges work to make themselves heard above talk of mergers and large institutions.
Democrats, higher education groups and consumer advocates renew their push for Congress to restore year-round Pell Grants and strengthen the program during a lame-duck session after the election.
Historically black Dillard University agreed to be site of Senate debate before it knew the candidates. Despite criticism, the president stood by the decision. Protesters disagreed.
His presidencies and writings such as The Shape of the River had a significant impact on higher education.
University at Buffalo Foundation turns down proposal to put a professor on its board.
Search processes prove to be a key point of contention as West Florida and Kennesaw State have considered making politicians university presidents.
“I just wonder how long we can go,” one faculty member at the financially struggling public university says.
Kentucky's governor improperly served as "judge, jury and executioner" in abolishing University of Louisville's Board of Trustees, a state court finds.
Following a series of federal sanctions, ITT Tech on Tuesday shut down its 130 campuses, forcing a scramble for many of the for-profit's 43,000 students.
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