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Penn State President Voices Support for Black Faculty Who Reported Hate Crime

by | April 29, 2021 Penn State President Dr. Eric Barron voiced support Tuesday for two Black faculty who reported Read more

Hampton University Faculty and Staff Required to Get Vaccinated for COVID-19

by | April 15, 2021
Hampton University faculty and staff will be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19, barring a [...] Read more

Saint Joseph’s College Issues $50 Fines to Students Violating Face Mask Requirement

by | April 14, 2021
Saint Joseph’s College is fining $50 to students who violate the school’s face mask policy, [...] Read more

Northern Kentucky University to Investigate White Supremacy Graffiti

by | April 5, 2021
Northern Kentucky University will investigate – and increase nightly police patrols – after [...] Read more

University of California and Other Universities Suffer Cyberattack

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University of California, along with other schools and organizations across the U.S. totaling a [...] Read more

Higher Ed Faculty Excluded from Florida’s COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expansion

by | March 9, 2021
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s executive order, which took effect on Tuesday,  has excluded hig [...] Read more

Three New Jersey Universities Suffer Racist Attacks at Black History Month Events

by | February 19, 2021
Rutgers University, Rider University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology have reported r [...] Read more

University of Arizona to Require Recent Negative COVID-19 Test to Be on Campus in Spring

by | December 8, 2020
Due to the increasing surge of state COVID-19 infections, the University of Arizona will requir [...] Read more

Princeton Will Allow Students Back on Campus in Spring Under Stricter Guidelines

by | November 25, 2020
Princeton University will allow undergraduate students back on or near campus for the spring se [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College to Allow Some Students on Campus in Spring

by | November 17, 2020
Atlanta’s three largest historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) plan to allow so [...] Read more

North Carolina Will Provide COVID-19 Tests to In-State Higher Ed Institutions Before Holiday Breaks

by | November 13, 2020
North Carolina will be providing COVID-19 tests to colleges and universities across the state a [...] Read more

Female Student Sues Lycoming College For Tolerating Sexual Misconduct

by | November 10, 2020
Lycoming College is being sued for creating a climate tolerant and encouraging of sexual miscon [...] Read more

Evanston Mayor Calls On Northwestern University to Reimburse School for Incurred Police Costs Amid Student Protest

by | November 3, 2020
After Northwestern University student protests escalated Saturday, Evanston Mayor Steve Hagerty [...] Read more

Higher Ed Institutions Reexamine Role of Police in Student Mental Health Care

by | October 25, 2020
The country is having a national conversation about police practices after Black Lives Matter p [...] Read more

Parents of Murdered University of Utah Student Reaches $13.5 Million Settlement with University

by | October 23, 2020
The parents of University of Utah track athlete Lauren McCluskey – killed by her ex-boyfriend [...] Read more
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