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Inflation is inflicting financial pain on families across the nation, and higher education is not immune. Read more
Emlyn Williams’ 1938 play is a kind of Billy Elliot of the Valleys: the old-fashioned but hugely entertaining and affecting story of a Welsh miner’s son who escapes his class-bound home town with the help of a bold schoolteacher Read more
Washburn University has removed a Mao Zedong bust displayed in the political science department following Campus Reform’s report on the object. Read more
Student editors at the Chicago Maroon published a letter of apology for running an op-ed that condemned antisemitism and also removed the piece from their website. Read more
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Actors' livelihoods are at risk from artificial intelligence (AI) unless the law changes, a union warns. Read more
Mobile classrooms are crossing deserts to reach some of the two million Yemeni children missing school due to the civil war Read more
A few feet away from California’s death row, students at one of the country’s most unique colleges discuss 9/11, morality, identity and nationalism. Read more
Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, offers a class on pornography in which students watch raunchy films as a group. Read more