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October 29, 2020
Since the last recession, the U.S. has made little progress on the funding gap for colleges that serve disproportionate shares of students of color. That gap may widen as the country heads into another recession.

October 29, 2020
Furman professor resigns suddenly after an anonymous critic outs her as white, not Chicana, as she'd claimed.

October 29, 2020
Chief health officers can help craft and lend credibility to colleges' pandemic response, but they don't come cheaply.

October 29, 2020
The editor of a student newspaper is facing sanction by the institution's president for reporting considered routine journalistic practice. Free press advocates call it an "egregious" violation of the First Amendment.

October 29, 2020
Private colleges in Florida, New York and Minnesota end in-person instruction for the semester. A Big Ten football game is canceled, as are spring sports seasons at two colleges.

October 29, 2020
Howard University

October 28, 2020
Black campus leaders say their careers can be deeply rewarding, even as they are taxing. So why are Black employees so sharply underrepresented at the top ranks of the higher education ecosystem?

October 28, 2020
Teacher education programs were facing major problems even before the pandemic, but are they dying of natural causes or being killed off? Either way, what's lost when they go away for good?

October 28, 2020
Like permanent campus leaders, interim presidents take on the pandemic, financial uncertainty and calls for systemic change -- but with little time to prepare.

October 28, 2020
As Election Day approaches, complex laws and the coronavirus pandemic are posing obstacles to voting by college students.

October 28, 2020
Kenneth Adams, dean of workforce and economic development at Bronx Community College, part of the City University of New York system, has been selected as president of LaGuardia Community College, also part of CUNY. Berenecea Johnson Eanes, interim president of York College, part of the City University of New York system, has been appointed to the job on a permanent basis.

October 27, 2020
Black workers at universities are among the most vulnerable people on campuses. But they often are left out of conversations about racial justice.

October 27, 2020
The bad news from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center about college enrollments continues.

October 27, 2020
Author discusses his book, which says that student activities do not necessarily advance students' interests. White men gain the most, he says.

October 27, 2020
Adelphi University is starting a B.A. in international relations. Mount Mary University, in Wisconsin, is starting a four-year bachelor of science in nursing. Roberts Wesleyan College is starting a bachelor of science in accounting.

October 26, 2020
Four-year colleges increased prices at the lowest rate in three decades, on average. But the COVID-19 pandemic's greatest effects on pricing, funding and student aid might still be to come.

October 26, 2020
The colleges with the most cumulative cases of COVID-19 show no signs of shutting down. Some of their critics find themselves burned out and resigned.

October 26, 2020
Jewish and pro-Israel students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign filed a civil rights complaint with the Department of Education alleging that they are being harassed and discriminated against.

October 26, 2020
A Dayton student dies. Northeastern plans to bring faculty back to campus next spring. Florida Memorial suspends in-person classes, Bethune-Cookman goes on "lockdown" and University of New England quarantines a dorm.

October 23, 2020
Black students continuously experience, fight against and bear emotional scars from racism, which can lead to increased anxiety and poor mental health outcomes. Some colleges are just starting to address these issues.

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