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October 30, 2018
An ambitious research effort spanning much of Illinois has its eyes set on Chicago as a new "hub" that could bring together the state's largest public and private universities.
October 26, 2018
A former Minnesota lawmaker who is running to be the state’s next attorney general will return $24,500 in campaign contributions he received from donors affiliated with a pair of troubled for-profit universities.
October 19, 2018
As midsize, nonelite private institutions look to the future, they're turning to an unlikely path: building new medical schools.
October 17, 2018
New annual data from the College Board show that college tuition and fees have moderated since the recession, with public college prices dropping slightly this year. But they may rise again soon.
October 16, 2018
The private historically black institution in Georgia says it will seek a new accreditor after a federal judge rules that a regional agency can withdraw its stamp of approval, blocking access to federal financial aid.
October 11, 2018
Two Catholic higher education institutions in Indiana will open a new two-year college in Indianapolis.
October 9, 2018
A Japanese café chain plans to spread among Ivy League and other top campuses, offering free coffee and tea in exchange for students' personal information and consent to be contacted by companies.
October 4, 2018
Amid reports about jokes and comments viewed as insulting or worse, Boston Architectural College faculty and staff members get few answers after closely guarded investigation of president results in minor changes.
September 28, 2018
A suburban Washington, D.C., county is urging college students to participate in this November’s election by voting “in-person absentee” at polling places in their hometowns while visiting during fall breaks. The reason? At least a few students can’t seem to figure out where to buy postage stamps to mail in their absentee ballots, according to an informal survey of interns posted to county departments.
September 27, 2018
Colleges are routinely accused of intolerance toward nonliberal views. One university did all it could to ensure that a literal poster boy for white supremacy got his degree.


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