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Audit: Finances Put Cheyney University’s Future in Doubt

Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the future of the nation’s first historically Black university is in doubt amid rising debt and falling revenue and enrollment.

Leaders of the Greek community at San Diego State University are developing a plan that calls for all members of fraternities and sororities to receive sexual assault awareness training.

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Enrollment in arts and humanities classes at the University of Colorado is dwindling, mirroring a national trend that professors are trying to grasp.

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Some thoughts while watching CNN’s Ivory Tower documentary.

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A for-profit Florida college used exotic dancers as admissions officers, falsified documents and coached students to lie on financial forms as it fraudulently obtained millions of dollars in federal money, according to a federal lawsuit filed in Miami.

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I grew up respecting and fearing the police. I still respect them but I also still fear them.

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Higher Education: Identifying the Senior Team

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There are big changes coming in American higher education. College and university governance must accommodate these changes and shape rather than be shaped by them.

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A new state audit of Grambling State University shows equipment thefts totaling more than $130,000 and an unbalanced budget with more total expenses than revenues in each of the five years analyzed.

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Minority student enrollment at Southern Illinois University’s Edwardsville campus is the highest it’s been in at least two decades.

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Universities Building Again After Recession

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The University of Notre Dame campus is becoming a vast construction zone, leading a building boom that’s taking hold on campuses across the country as the economy improves.

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