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Jan 11 2022
On Sunday, five U.S. college graduates filed a lawsuit against 16 major U.S. universities, claiming the schools violated financial aid antitrust laws.
The schools mentioned include Duke, Northwestern, Georgetown, Vanderbilt, Yale, Cornell, Columbia, and the University of Chicago. The suit alleges that the universities shared an unfair practice for determining student financial aidThe Daily Caller Reuters CNN (Online News)
Aug 03 2020
COLLEGES AND universities previously failed to report upward of $6.5 billion in gifts from China, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and other foreign countries, an ongoing investigation by the Trump administration uncovered.
Ten schools, including Cornell University, Yale University, the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, theU.S. News & World Report
Apr 12 2016
The 2016 Presidential candidates stances on affirmative action.ProCon.org
Jul 13 2022
A University of Washington professor is suing the school, arguing that it violated his free speech after he challenged the university's request that he include a Native American "land acknowledgment" on his syllabus.
Stuart Reges, a computer science and engineering teaching professor, faced disciplinary action from the university after the school encouraged professors to include aFox News (Online News)
Aug 08 2022
A graduate student shared this comment with me in 2016. Reflecting on my academic journey towards becoming a clinical assistant professor in occupational therapy at D'Youville University in Buffalo, New York, I realized we had something in common with each other — and with many BIPOC people at large universities.
Our conversation about the lack of BIPOC role models in higher educationThe Conversation
Jul 26 2022
Alumni groups pressing free-speech issues are popping up at colleges in many states, as debates over academic freedom, “cancel culture” and changes on campus intensify.
More than a dozen groups have joined the Alumni Free Speech Alliance, a group announced last fall that now includes graduates from schools including Harvard, Bucknell, Yale and Cornell universities, the University ofWashington Post
Mar 31 2021
As college campuses target the fall semester for a return to "normal" learning, a new item will likely be added to the back-to-school checklist.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations might become mandatory for enrollment at U.S. colleges and universities come fall with more and more states opening up the vaccine pool to those 16 and above.Fox News (Online News)
Aug 03 2020
Do you understand what the Electoral College is? Or how it works? Or why America uses it to elect its presidents instead of just using a straight popular vote? Author, lawyer and Electoral College expert Tara Ross does, and she explains that to understand the Electoral College is to understand American democracy.Prager University
Jun 18 2022
Two major student debt stories have hit the headlines in recent days. First, the Department of Education announced that it is canceling $5.8 billion in loans held by 560,000 former students of Corinthian Colleges, Inc, a for-profit college chain that lied to and defrauded low-income students. Second, news outlets reported that President Biden is close to announcing a plan to cancel $10,000 inThe Nation
Jul 11 2022
Some high school students are reconsidering their top college choice based on the abortion laws of the state in which a university is located following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Kristen Willmott, a counselor with Top Tier Admissions in Massachusetts, told Reuters some high school students have removed Texas, Florida, and Tennessee from their top state choicesWashington Examiner