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Upping the Ante

Penn will pay full costs for students with family incomes up to $50,000 -- possibly altering aid equation at top colleges.

Affirmative Action for Men

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After op-ed by Kenyon dean underscores how college admissions officers favor male applicants, many ask: Is this legal? Is it right?

Finding the Leaks in the Pipeline

Minority students' dropoff in science and math persistence occurs later in college years, new study suggests.

Enrollment Decline Challenges a Private College

John Carroll's president announces $2.7 million in budget cuts to deal with a drop in students.

Innovation Overload

Congressional advisory panel launches study to explore programs to help low- and moderate-income students graduate.

What Top Applicants Want

Students draw on a host of factors to make a college decision, and they might not be in the order you think.

Surge in Latino Activism

Movement against immigration restrictions spreads from high schools to colleges.

Out of Control Admissions Hype

This year's headlines aren't only deceptive, but they may be needlessly discouraging students, many experts say.

The Race to Frame

Will Michigan become the next state to ban affirmative action at public universities?

More Than a C- and a Heartbeat

Some community colleges believe that focus on retention sets bar too low -- and some long-accepted practices need rethinking.

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