Seventy-seven percent of Asian students at the University of Pennsylvania reported they experienced harassment or discrimination since the outbreak of COVID, according to a new study from two students and a professor at the Ivy League school. Read more
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Forty years after Mississippi University for Women started enrolling men, its president says the school should consider choosing a more inclusive name. Read more
Trailblazers of a molecule linking technique honoured, including one who becomes a laureate for the second time Read more
An advert- and tracker-free search engine launches in the UK, France and Germany on Thursday. Read more
The Graduate Record Examination is now accepted at 100 law schools, more than half of the 199 American law schools accredited by the American Bar Association. Read more
Patty Limerick speaks out on her abrupt firing from the Center of the American West, which she co-founded in 1986. CU Boulder found she mixed the personal and professional; she says what was once her strength suddenly became a liability. Read more
On Monday night, Southeastern Legal Foundation sent letters to 12 universities across the country demanding that they change “unconstitutional” policies that impede students’ freedom of speech. Read more
As legal challenge gains, Congress avoids renewing provision seen letting elite campuses tie financial offers to student ability to pay Read more
New paper suggests introductory STEM courses disproportionately push underrepresented minority students out of the natural and applied sciences. Read more
Approximately two-thirds of a Harvard Law School audience walked out on an event with a pro-life legal scholar on the future of America “After Dobbs,” according to the speaker. Read more