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Students hold a banner that says "Justice 4 Dr. Heath" at a protest to save Scott Heath's job at Loyola University New Orleans.

Students Rally to Save Black Professor

Loyola University New Orleans students are speaking out on behalf of a Black assistant professor who they say is losing his job while mourning the loss of a friend.

Professor Let Go After Officiating LGBTQ+ Wedding Sues

A professor who says Calvin University denied him tenure for his LGBTQ+ rights advocacy and then didn’t reappoint him for...

The King’s College Ends Controversial Partnership

The King’s College has ended an opaque partnership with Primacorp Ventures, a Canadian for-profit education company, that has been accused...

Trinity International President Makes Anti-Trans Donor Pitch

A fundraising letter from the president of Trinity International University connecting a recent mass shooting in Nashville, Tenn., to the...

Graduate Theological School Declares Financial Exigency

The Interdenominational Theological Center Board of Trustees has declared financial exigency , effective immediately. The historically Black, ecumenical Christian graduate...
A female student comforts another with a hug

Cardinal Stritch to Close

The small Franciscan college has experienced an enrollment collapse over the past decade. Now Cardinal Stritch plans to close in late May, following commencement.

A male student wearing a kippah in front of the Yeshiva University library.

‘Miles Apart in Theology’ but Learning Together

Yeshiva University partnered with the Philos Project, a Christian organization, to create a program for Christian students this upcoming fall. The goal is help meet a demand for rigorous but accessible coursework on Judaism among young Christians. Administrators say fostering more interfaith learning at the Orthodox Jewish institution is a bonus.

How a Canadian Billionaire Reshaped the King’s College

An entrepreneur’s for-profit education company promised to save an evangelical liberal arts college with online enrollments. Now critics are blaming it for pushing the college to the brink of closure.