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Feb. 24, 2023
When Defending Kanye West’s Antisemitism Goes SouthMichigan State leaders on the shooting aftermath; a bill that would allow firearms at public colleges; and more.
Feb. 23, 2023
Daily Briefing: Public Records Pull Back the Curtain on a New Civics Center at the U. of FloridaHigher ed’s role in the labor movement; U.S. Department of Education increases oversight of OPMs; and more.
Feb. 22, 2023
Daily Briefing: Research in China and Russia Put on HoldNorth Idaho College board attempts to rally support; marathon revival meeting dispersed at Kentucky college; and more.
Feb. 21, 2023
Daily Briefing: How to Teach Despite ‘Militant Apathy’Marymount U. plans to cut 9 humanities majors; accreditor scrutinizes UNC’s school of ‘civic life'; and more.
Feb. 17, 2023
Daily Briefing: Inspiring Climate Action, Not Just FearStudents are calling for the president of Connecticut College to resign; how California’s colleges prepare for active shooters; and more.
Feb. 16, 2023
Flagships and Regionals Compete for Students and ResourcesHow Susquehanna University is using direct admissions to diversify; MSU students paint over pro-gun message; and more
Feb. 15, 2023
Flagships and Regionals Compete for Students and ResourcesMichigan State reels from shooting; end of Covid aid puts Connecticut public colleges on notice; and more.
Feb. 14, 2023
Daily Briefing: Classroom Flexibility and Its DiscontentsMultiple victims in shooting at Michigan State; UNC-Greensboro prepares for budget cuts; and more.
Feb. 13, 2023
Daily Briefing: Experiments in Short-Circuiting AdmissionsPossible funding increase for New College of Florida; North Idaho College issued ‘show cause’ sanction by accreditor; and more.
Feb. 10, 2023
Daily Briefing: Cal Poly at Humboldt Tells Current Students: No Campus Housing for YouColleges report pandemic-related drops in tuition revenue; striking graduate students lose tuition assistance; and more.