Students are still in favor of an in-person fall, and many workers don't feel they can access the education they want.
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Midland University's Nathan Ragsdell offers strategies to other college coaches who are hoping to land the best student-athletes for their schools.
In an interview with a local newspaper, a professor called for her hometown board of health to declare racism a public health crisis.
A professor of counseling psychology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston is collecting data on how students at the school are “triggered,” in their own words.
Institutions defend value of online education despite reduction in charges
Facebook has updated its rules to tackle posts containing depictions of "blackface" and common anti-Semitic stereotypes.
A Rutgers University professor's cousin was killed by Israeli officers after driving his car into a border patrol checkpoint.
The University of Northern Texas denies that its investigation into an academic journal accused of racism will chill the academic freedom of faculty.
Although this won’t sound comforting to college officials, the honest truth about this fall is there’s very little that can be done to change what’s coming at this point in time.
Faculty parents are once again being asked to perform a miracle: Get their students and their own kids through the semester in one piece. Does it have to be this way?