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Dr. Ibram X. Kendi Joins Boston University to Lead New Antiracist Research Center

by | June 4, 2020 Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, one of the most sought-after scholars on racism in America, will join Bosto Read more

Summit Discusses Health and Safety Issues on College Campuses

by | June 3, 2020
College students' mental health and well being in a time of pandemic and their safety when new [...] Read more

College Board Puts on Hold Plans for an At-Home SAT Exam

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The College Board has put on hold a plan to provide the SAT exam at home, saying students takin [...] Read more

UVA and Harvard Presidents Criticized for Their Responses to George Floyd’s Death

by | June 2, 2020
Jim Ryan and Dr. Lawrence Bacow, the presidents of the University of Virginia (UVA) and Harvard [...] Read more

Some Colleges See Rise in Summer Enrollment Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

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Despite COVID-19 creating uncertainty in higher education, some colleges and universities in th [...] Read more

As Hundreds of Students Join George Floyd Protests, Some Black Students Become Targets of Police

by | June 1, 2020
As hundreds of college students nationwide joined the George Floyd protests over the weekend, p [...] Read more

Higher Ed Groups Reiterate Request to Senate for $46 Billion More to Colleges

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The American Council on Education (ACE), alongside dozens of other higher education groups, has [...] Read more

The Navajo Nation Hit the Highest COVID-19 Infection Rate in the Country. What Does That Mean for Its Tribal College?

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The Navajo Nation now has the highest per capita coronavirus infection rate in the country, sur [...] Read more

Survey: Students of Color Report Greater Academic, Emotional Toll From Pandemic

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In an online survey from the Global Strategy Group and The Education Trust, students of color a [...] Read more

Boston U Students Can Choose Remote or In-Person Classes in Fall 2020

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This fall, undergraduate students at Boston University (BU) can choose whether to attend classe [...] Read more

HBCU Meharry Medical College Gets NIH Support to Advance COVID-19 Drug Development

by B. Denise Hawkins | May 31, 2020
The historically Black Meharry Medical College said on Friday that it will get vital research a [...] Read more

Trump Vetoes Move to Ease Loan Forgiveness for Defrauded Students

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President Donald Trump late on Friday vetoed a resolution that would have made it easier for st [...] Read more

Survey: More Than Half of Universities Plan to Reopen in the Fall

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More than half of university presidents are “very likely” to allow in-person classes for at [...] Read more

Survey: 80% of Virginia College Students Are Struggling Academically Due to COVID-19

| May 29, 2020
Close to 80% of Virginia’s college students are struggling with academics due to the COVID-19 [...] Read more

Amid the Pandemic, Some Universities Plan to Continue Tuition Hikes

by | May 28, 2020
Because of the coronavirus, a growing number of colleges and universities – like William & Ma [...] Read more
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