News from this Week - Higher Education
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Swygert: Loan Servicing Change Could Rock HBCUs

by Reginald Stuart | May 21, 2017

Any wrong turn, albeit well intentioned, could further jeopardize the fragile state of HBCUs, D [...]

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FAFSA Hacker Targeted Trump Tax Info

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |

The person accused of a 2016 attempt to use a web-based FAFSA tool to illegally obtain taxpayer [...]

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Department of Education Seeking Single Servicer for Student Loans

by Catherine Morris |

The Department of Education announced on Friday that it would offer a contract to a single serv [...]

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Yale’s Snowflake Justice and Public Shaming of Yelping Dean Jean Chu

by Emil Guillermo |

Since the Yale Daily News broke the story of the Yelping dean, she’s been subject to ridicule [...]

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Protesting Students in Puerto Rico Committed to Saving Higher Ed Access

by Catherine Morris | May 15, 2017

Students on strike in the University of Puerto Rico system have settled in for the long haul as [...]

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Tuition Discounts not Paying Off for Private Colleges

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |

A survey shows that private nonprofit colleges are providing students a record level of tuition [...]

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Guillermo: Trump Uses Liberty Commencement to Justify Trump

by Emil Guillermo | May 14, 2017

After one of the worst weeks of his truth-challenged presidency, Donald Trump was fortunate to [...]

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Diverse Conversations: How Can We Increase Minority Graduation Rates?

by Matthew Lynch | May 7, 2017

Neglecting retention strategies means that fewer students ultimately graduate from college and [...]

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Guillermo: HBCU Funding Latest Target of White House Threats to Diversity

by By Emil Guillermo |

Just look at what President Trump is doing to HBCUs, and maybe all programs based on race, ethn [...]

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