Kasia Kovacs

Kasia Kovacs is Inside Higher Ed's fall 2016 reporting intern. She is a graduate student at the University of Missouri, where she’s studying investigative journalism. She covered the Mizzou campus protests while working at a projects reporter for the Columbia Missourian. She has also worked for Investigative Editors and Reporters, the American Press Institute and the Kansas City Star. She graduated in 2013 from William Jewell College, where she studied English literature and wrote for the Hilltop Monitor.

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November 17, 2016
Many have fears about meeting monthly obligations, study finds.
November 17, 2016
Leading critics and supporters of the for-profit college industry gathered on a panel at the Cato Institute Wednesday to discuss the sector's future of under President-elect Donald Trump. The six panelists agreed on one point: nobody really knows what to expect, given Trump’s unpredictability.
November 14, 2016
A new book argues that friendship isn’t necessarily a distraction in college but may be essential to academic success.
November 11, 2016
Bennington College’s pop-up courses allow professors and students to tackle world events as they happen.
November 10, 2016
Voters in many states weren't exactly thrilled with the notion of raising taxes to fund higher education.
November 3, 2016
CDC finds sharp increases in three sexually transmitted diseases, and young adults account for a majority of these cases. Colleges struggle to educate students to protect themselves.
November 2, 2016
A list of the referendum votes that matter to colleges and universities: bonds, taxes, governance and more.
November 2, 2016
Senator Roy Blunt, a Republican from Missouri, has received $100,000 in campaign donations from for-profit colleges and the industry's lobbyists, according to a report from The Kansas City Star.
October 24, 2016
After three days, a faculty strike at 14 campuses in Pennsylvania is over.
October 21, 2016
Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos is touring college campuses across America, and some universities have shut him out because of his rhetoric against groups too numerous to list.

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