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University of Virginia Suspends Fraternal Activities Amid Investigation

The University of Virginia on Saturday suspended activities at all campus fraternal organizations amid an investigation into a published report in which a student described being sexually assaulted by seven men at a fraternity in 2012.

Myanmar Students Vow to Protest Education Law

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Students in Myanmar have threatened to protest nationwide if the government does not amend an education law that prohibits them from engaging in political activities and curbs academic freedom.

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Hampton University Provost Pamela Valleria Wilson Hammond has been named interim president of Virginia State University.

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A study of sub-baccalaureate programs in Washington state found that short-term certificates, which can be earned in less than a year, for the most part showed only small economic returns.

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Instead of asking deficit-oriented questions, we should change our mindset and ask new questions to uncover how HBCUs are supporting students despite the challenges they encounter.

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In the wake of the sweeping GOP take-over of Congress last week, Dr. Pedro Noguera says he believes that efforts to improve urban education in the United States and other parts of the world will likely be stalled.

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Judge Seeks Firing of Iowa State Professor

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A judge has recommended the firing of an Iowa State University math professor, blasting his teaching style and lack of research and service after hearing the disciplinary case against him.

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Special Report: Careers

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This edition contains a special report on careers in higher education with an active-duty military and veterans education supplement.

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Many for-profit institutions leave students with substandard educations, useless degrees and a large amount of debt.

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A group of historians (and just plain storytellers) gathered in the nation’s capital over the weekend to discuss the past, present and future of historically Black colleges and universities in this country.

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