Plummeting enrollments at Evergreen State College put deep cuts on the table. When the faculty volunteered to help recruit new students, the tide began to turn. Read more
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MSNBC broke into the daily political discussions to report an active shooter in Las Vegas with "multiple victims" Wednesday afternoon. Read more
Leaders of three elite universities berated in appearance before lawmakers alarmed by protests Read more
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In an effort to expand Utahns’ access to higher education, the overseers of Utah’s public colleges and universities have voted to eliminate application fees for in-state applicants moving forward. Read more
Charlie Baker’s plan would let Division I colleges compensate players directly and give sports powers enormous latitude to set their own rules if they invest significantly in athletes. Read more
Lawsuits and House probes launched against those who study online falsehoods leaves many questioning whether work will continue into next election cycle Read more
Global slump means maths and reading rankings still up slightly in OECD assessment of 15-year-olds, but results vary for UK nations Read more