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June 19, 2020
Four games set to feature historically black colleges are canceled, and positive tests spread to many major university programs as players return.

June 19, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education encouraged colleges to release emergency aid to students quickly after a federal stimulus package passed in late March. But confusion over student eligibility requirements and logistical oversights have stalled the process in many cases.

June 19, 2020
Colleges are increasingly observing June 19, the day that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. Interest in the holiday has recently spiked in the wake of nationwide protests against police brutality and racism.

June 19, 2020
Campaign to remove statues from Oxford and other universities renewed. So is campaign to decolonize the curriculum.

June 19, 2020
Arkansas State University

June 18, 2020
Supreme Court rules that the Trump administration's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was "arbitrary and capricious."

June 18, 2020
New study argues that the class-size debate needs a lot more nuance. Will this finally move conversations forward, beyond “small is good” and “big is bad”?

June 18, 2020
With limited technology in their facilities, most college-in-prison programs moved to paper correspondence amid the pandemic. Others were suspended altogether.

June 18, 2020
Companies and colleges are launching new programs and partnerships to re-enroll stopped-out students. The timing couldn't have been better.

June 18, 2020
Author discusses his new book on the DREAM Act and DACA.

June 18, 2020
Brent Gregory, vice president for student affairs at Southwest Mississippi Community College, has been chosen as president of East Central Community College.

June 17, 2020
The pandemic has accelerated and worsened equity gaps in higher education and its connection to work, according to new data, which may also show paths to improving this connection.

June 17, 2020
Religious colleges say Supreme Court decision finding that federal antidiscrimination law protects LGBTQ employees could open their policies up to challenge.

June 17, 2020
A new deal between the University of California system and publisher Springer Nature will transform the way the institution pays to publish and access research.

June 17, 2020
Hillel, the largest campus organization for Jewish students in the world, is finding alternative ways to support students and foster a sense of community despite restrictions on large gatherings and disparate fall reopening plans among colleges.

June 16, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling extending protections against employment discrimination to LGBTQ people has implications for how colleges define sex and enforce gender equality on campus.

June 16, 2020
When National Guard troops staged on and near campuses in Pennsylvania this month, university leaders had little power to turn them away.

June 16, 2020
When COVID-19 hit, graduate student workers organized to win basic protections and extensions.

June 16, 2020
Author discusses his new book on "why talk is not enough to fix racial inequality at universities."

June 16, 2020
Empire State College of the State University of New York is launching an online bachelor's degree in security studies. Moravian College is starting an online M.B.A.

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