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North Idaho President Wins Reinstatement Lawsuit

North Idaho College president Nick Swayne has won a lawsuit allowing him to be permanently reinstated to his position after...

Will a Partnership Save the King’s College?

Facing a possible closure due to financial struggles, the King’s College in New York announced Wednesday that it is exploring...
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The New Florida Presidential Profile

Conservative politicians are increasingly being considered for college presidencies in Florida as the governor seeks to impose Republican priorities on higher education.

A group of students sits in the high-ceilinged chapel at Notre Dame College watching a choir in blue and gold robes.

A Question of ‘Ethos and Identity’

The nuns who founded Notre Dame College in Ohio are cutting ties. Campus leaders are searching for solutions to retain its formal status as a Catholic college. 

New College Faculty Censures Board

New College of Florida faculty members voted to censure the Board of Trustees this week, accusing them of failing to...

Board Minutes Show Alcorn State President Was Fired

Meeting minutes made public last week and first reported by Mississippi Today show that the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning...
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State Report Blames Leaders for Financial Issues at N.J. City U

A report from the New Jersey state comptroller found that inadequate budget processes and a lack of board oversight led to a fiscal crisis at New Jersey City University.

Students holding signs in opposition to Ohio Senate Bill 83

Ohio State Board Pushes Back on Anti-DEI Bill

Ohio State’s Board of Trustees blasted a State Senate bill one day before it passed. The rare move comes as culture war politics drive education reforms across the U.S.