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March 16, 2020
With the coronavirus outbreak forcing colleges to close campuses and move classes online, vendors face sudden upside. But the biggest beneficiaries are likely different in the long and short terms.

March 16, 2020
Suddenly trying to teach humanities courses online? Mind your presence, ask good questions and manage expectations, experts say.

March 16, 2020
Consumer groups applaud President Trump's decision to waive interest on federal student loans but join with some lawmakers in call for more borrower relief.

March 16, 2020
The cancellation of college sports programs has left students deeply dismayed about being deprived of an important part of their college experience.

March 16, 2020
Higher education continues to scramble to deal with spread of coronavirus. Roundup of news from March 13-15.

March 13, 2020
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March 13, 2020
For colleges that are already financially strapped, issuing room and board refunds “could be disastrous.”

March 13, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education is offering regulatory flexibility to colleges as they close campuses and move classes online. Experts discuss the new guidelines.

March 13, 2020
What will happen to college food service and custodial workers when campuses are empty? The answer is unclear for most, and layoffs aren't off the table.

March 13, 2020
Disruptions spread across higher education on Thurs., March 12. A roundup of the day's news.

March 13, 2020
Going it alone could lead to ransomware attacks.

March 12, 2020
A growing number of colleges and universities close or cancel in-person classes while others keep running as usual. Why are institutions responding differently?

March 12, 2020
Student advocates say coronavirus-related directives to move off campus threaten to reinforce existing inequalities and put disproportionate burdens on low-income and international students, among others.

March 12, 2020
An assistant professor says he was fired because he dared to talk about human population variation and got slandered as a eugenicist.

March 12, 2020
Ten Senate Republicans joined Democrats in backing a resolution opposing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's borrower-defense rule, following a similar measure passed by the House.

March 12, 2020
A federal appeals court says universities must do everything in their power to stop further harassment of students who report it, and defines what behaviors qualify.

March 12, 2020
Colleges and universities across the country are scrambling to prepare for the new coronavirus. Updates from Wed., March 11.

March 11, 2020
As elite institutions close campuses or switch to online courses, regional and community colleges are planning for the worst. How will they fare?

March 11, 2020
A roundup of how the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on higher education.

March 11, 2020
The School of Architecture at Taliesin has reversed a decision to close. But its battle with a related foundation reveals stresses and shortcomings affecting college governance.

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