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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.

October 23, 2020
Many think it could be.

October 23, 2020
Northwestern University students are in conflict with the administration over policing on campus. After protesters held an event at his house, the university president has said he is "disgusted" by them. Many are angered by his response.

October 23, 2020
Mandatory retirement ages are common at Asia's universities.

October 23, 2020
Starting Out: Thomas College is starting a campaign to raise $27 million. It has already raised $26 million. Finishing Up:

October 22, 2020
As ethnic studies requirements are put in place in California, capping years of struggle, educators discuss why it's important to talk about race in the classroom.

October 22, 2020
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announces actions against foreign students accused of abusing work training program. College officials may also face sanctions.

October 22, 2020
Unions have only seen spotty financial information from Rutgers University. So far, they don’t believe forecasted losses justify the recent layoffs, furloughs and salary freezes.

October 22, 2020
Student government leaders and national get-out-the-vote organizations say classes on Election Day are barriers to voting. They want a designated holiday instead and classes replaced with voter engagement efforts.

October 22, 2020
Mark Biermann, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Valparaiso University, in Indiana, has been chosen as president of Blackburn College, in Illinois.

October 21, 2020
Scholars discuss what it’s like to be a Black professor in 2020, who should be doing antiracist work on campus and why diversity interventions that attempt to “fix” Black academics for a rigged game miss the point entirely.

October 21, 2020
Department of Education issues report accusing colleges of "pervasive noncompliance" with federal law requiring reporting of foreign-sourced gifts and contracts.

October 21, 2020
Marygrove College's library collection has been digitized and is available on the Internet Archive's website -- even as the organization battles a high-profile court case.

October 21, 2020
Colleges say new rules on H-1B visas from Trump administration would make it hard if not impossible to retain international researchers and professors.

October 21, 2020
New research on how some free college programs affect enrollment is promising. But it comes at a time when some of these programs are being scaled back due to the pandemic.

October 21, 2020
University will shift most classes to remote learning and let students go home if they choose. Midwestern mayors (and Maryland students) wary of football crowds. Cortland stays virtual amid stubborn case count.

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