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What’s Missing From the Discourse on ‘Harm’

Recognizing the very real trauma many students from historically marginalized backgrounds bring to campus is not the same as coddling them, Nimisha Barton writes.

13 Presidents Launch Campus Free Speech Group

A group of 13 college presidents announced the formation of a group to “champion free expression” at their institutions as...
LEP students are recognized at a ceremony in spring 2022.

Leveling the Playing Field for Pell-Eligible Students

A scholarship program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for Pell-eligible students receives additional financial and services, modeling supports in place for student athletes.

Leaders from the University of Utah and Salt Lake Community College unite a red ribbon with a blue ribbon, joining at a red and blue bow.

Positive Partnership: College and University Share Campus, Strengthen Transfer Pipeline

Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah jointly manage a building on SLCC’s Herriman Campus and will enroll students for associate and bachelor’s programs at the one facility.

An illustration showing two screenshots of the New College course catalogue not having a course available, plus a screenshot of an email about housing. Illustrations of faculty and students flank a photo of campus. All images are surrounded by an archway similar to one on New College's campus.

Chaos at New College of Florida

With the start of the semester two weeks away, students are grappling with absent professors, canceled classes and severe housing woes.

Kansas Community College Settles in Football Player’s Death

A Kansas community college has settled a lawsuit filed by the mother of a student who died in 2021 after...
An orange pen rests on a blank sheet of white lined paper.

All in A Day’s Work: Give Your “3 Cents” Worth

To support online learners, a former professor at Walden University provided brief essays expanding on instructional topics to demonstrate real-world application and counter common wisdom.

Two UCSD students smile at one another, sitting at a round table in an academic building

Success Program Launch: Promoting Belonging in Econ, Business

To boost retention and persistence among minority business and economics students, the University of California San Diego launched a peer mentoring program, among other support services. The first year benefited 20 mentees.