University chiefs laud success of rapid online pivot but say campus-based programmes will not disappear any time soon
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Universities, many built recently, fear insufficient supply of students, especially women
The University of Connecticut received a bailout from the federal government but refuses to refund tuition and student fees.
Instead of a final paper, sociology students used their creativity to explore social justice
Twitter has accused the US president of making false claims, in one of the app's own articles covering the news.
The College Board had planned to offer an at-home version of the SAT exam, but has chosen not to continue with those plans.
In mid-May, an opinion column discussing the origins of the COVID-19 virus written by a Winthrop University dean was retracted by a well-known library science journal. Days later, the school scrubbed any mention of the column from its official university archive, with a provost calling it “ethnically offensive.”
Students are often advised to start college at a public community college as a way to save thousands of dollars on a bachelor’s degree.
Snapchat says it has stopped promoting President Donald Trump's account.