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September 3, 2020
University of Iowa students and faculty members stage “sickout” to protest campus reopening plan.

September 3, 2020
New analysis found that a college's reopening decision for the fall term is tied to the red or blue shade of its state, even if political pressure may not be direct.

September 3, 2020
Civil liberties advocates are concerned students are being unfairly suspended or placed on probation for violations of college health and safety rules related to the pandemic. But student affairs administrators say their actions are within their power to protect their campuses.

September 3, 2020
Universities' connections draw scrutiny and criticism.

September 3, 2020
As classes resume at Southeastern universities, positive cases soar; Gettysburg quarantines all students; Iowa State reverses course and won't allow fans at football opener.

September 3, 2020
Adelphi University is starting a postgraduate certificate in environmental justice for social workers. Belhaven University is starting a master of science in information technology management.

September 2, 2020
Without reliable revenue from student housing, dining and athletic programs, colleges are facing steep budget shortfalls and implementing additional furloughs.

September 2, 2020
With pivots, lockdowns and outbreaks occurring at campuses around the country, will students continue to trust their colleges?

September 2, 2020
Most classes are still remote at Hagerstown Community College, but staff and faculty have had VPN access revoked and must now return to campus to work.

September 2, 2020
Citing rising cases and worries, Lock Haven and Hartwick suspend in-person instruction for two weeks, and Colorado College goes virtual for 2020.

September 1, 2020
They worry Democratic control over the White House and Senate will bring a return of Obama administration policies. Many are donating to Republicans to keep it from happening.

September 1, 2020
College enrollments declined sharply this summer among Black undergraduates and men, and at community colleges and rural institutions, raising worries about the fall and worsening equity gaps.

September 1, 2020
After Brown University cut eight varsity sports teams, athletes and advocacy groups argued the cuts violated a legal agreement to sustain women’s athletics. Administrators expressed frustration with meeting the agreement and leaked emails show they considered ways to get out of it.

September 1, 2020
Numbers grow at Missouri State; percentage of positive tests high in college counties in Iowa.

September 1, 2020
Author discusses new book on how disciplines promote -- and don't promote -- equity.

September 1, 2020
Frostburg State University Jacqueline Durst, kinesiology and recreation Dong Wook Huh, management Kenneth Levitt, management Janet Mattern, educational professions New York Institute of Technology

August 31, 2020
When it comes to their students testing positive for COVID-19, professors say they have a right to know and share the information how they deem appropriate. Colleges want to keep those cases close to the vest.

August 31, 2020
New restrictions on bars and Greek houses emerge as some colleges report 500-plus cases. With more than 100 cases each, SUNY Oneonta and Temple revert to online instruction for two weeks. Officials warn outbreaks aren’t just linked to parties.

August 31, 2020
Speakers at the Republican National Convention pointed to President Trump's support for historically Black colleges and universities, but some see it as just show.

August 31, 2020
Cabrillo College will begin its fall semester squeezed by two threats: a wildfire and a pandemic.

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