Emily Tate

Emily Tate, Reporting Intern, has previously reported for The Huffington Post’s politics team and The Columbus Dispatch. Her work has been published by the Associated Press and featured in over 60 newspapers nationwide. She is a graduate of Miami University, where she earned degrees in journalism and international studies.

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March 13, 2017
At American Council on Education annual meeting, three university leaders discuss freedom of expression and student demands for inclusive environments.
March 9, 2017
Regular drinking isn’t associated with meaningfully lower GPAs, study finds, but those who use alcohol and marijuana do see a decline.
March 8, 2017
Open SUNY, the online hub for the state's higher-education system, could flourish under the governor's proposed tuition-free plan.  
March 8, 2017
Rutgers University is employing a technology that allows instructors to teach simultaneously at two campuses, reducing student commute times and classroom sizes.
March 6, 2017
Saint Louis University will notify staff members and administrators Tuesday whether they are among the 4 percent of university employees who are going to lose their jobs, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
March 6, 2017
Two Roman Catholic universities in Florida are considering a “strategic alliance” that may include merging the colleges, The Miami Herald reported. Barry University and St. Thomas University announced Friday that they have opened up talks about “reconfiguring” their campus dynamics and are currently working out a timeline for the changes.
March 6, 2017
A college student in Michigan with a severe allergy had a bad reaction when peanut butter was rubbed on his face during a hazing incident, The New York Times
March 6, 2017
The president of the University of Texas at San Antonio resigned Friday for his “inappropriate” behavior around women at the institution.
March 6, 2017
A Canadian university has become the victim of an ongoing cyberterrorism attack, CBC News reported. As of Friday, the University of Moncton had received nine “degrading and unwanted” emails from an unknown sender, according to the university’s president and vice chancellor, Raymond Théberge. The emails were sent out campuswide and reached about 2,000 students and staff.
March 6, 2017
The Board of Trustees at Niagara County Community College in New York voted last week to keep its president, who is allegedly at the center of a bid-rigging scandal and a federal investigation. Faculty members are shocked by the board's decision, according to WKBW News in Buffalo.

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