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New California Bill Would Allow Transgender and Nonbinary College Students to Use Preferred Names on Diplomas

by | January 15, 2021

Under the newly introduced AB 245 bill, led by California Assemblyman David Chiu, nonbinary and

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Saint Michael’s College Receives Largest Gift in Its 117-Year History

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Saint Michael’s College – a private Catholic college in Colchester, Vermont – received th

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Mount Holyoke College Receives $10M Donation to Support Scholarships

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Mount Holyoke College recently received a $10 million donation to support scholarships and othe

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Newly-Established U.S. Naval Community College Begins Pilot Program

by | January 14, 2021

Around 550 Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard members began classes virtually yesterday as part

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Study: Masks, Distancing and Routine Testing Can Prevent 96% of COVID-19 Infections on College Campuses

by Lois Elfman |

As higher education works to navigate the pandemic, a study notes that COVID-19 prevention stra

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John Eastman, Who Spoke at Pre-Capitol Siege Trump Rally, Agrees to Resign

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John Eastman, a Chapman University law professor who has recently been criticized for his parti

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NBCUniversal News Group Launches Journalism Program, NBCU Academy

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NBCUniversal News Group has launched a journalism training and development program for college

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Pennsylvania State Higher Ed System Chancellor Acknowledges Equity Issues for Students of Color

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Despite voicing commitment to fighting campus racism, Dr. Daniel Greenstein, chancellor of the

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Report Finds Holyoke Mayor Not in Violation of Sexual Harassment and Consensual Relations Policies

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A report has found that although Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse pursued dating or sexual relationship

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University of Minnesota Initiative Seeks to Face School’s Fraught History with Tribal Nations

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A new University of Minnesota initiative seeks to reckon with the school’s tumultuous his

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Why You Should Post Your COVID Vaccine on Social Media

by Brittany Ladson |

“If you don’t post your COVID vaccine on social media, do you even form antibodies?” was

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Impeached for the Second Time

Impeached for the Second Time

by Diverse Staff | January 13, 2021

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted 232-197 to impeach President Donald J. Trump,

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Roundtable Explores the Potential Impact of Pell Grant Restoration for Incarcerated Students

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Prison Fellowship, a Christian nonprofit for criminal justice reform, hosted a virtual panel ab

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Report Highlights COVID-19 Impact on College Students’ Mental Health

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A new report analyzed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health of college stude

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Keyontae Johnson’s Collapse on the Basketball Court Highlights Economic Injustice for College Athletes

by Keisha Williams |

When Keyontae Johnson, a 21 year old basketball player, agreed to play NCAA basketball at the U

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