HBCUs want a chance after decades of federal aid for poorer white-majority institutions
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Google has completed its acquisition of Fitbit and tried to reassure users it will protect their privacy.
At Texas A&M, complaints about professors' protected speech turned into investigations into their classroom conduct, with career-altering results.
Activists are once more taking aim at California’s “Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum,” demanding a broader historical perspective than critical race theory.
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New peer-reviewed analysis suggests that colleges opening in the fall may have led to increased COVID-19 cases in their home counties.
Thousands of University of Michigan community members called for the resignation or recall of Ron Weiser — a member of the school’s Board of Regents — for allegedly inciting the Capitol Building attack.
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At Harvard University’s Kennedy School, more than a 1,000 students, alumni, and staff are urging administrators to cut ties with US Representative Elise Stefanik – an adviser for the school’s Institute of Politics – because of the New York Republican’s role in trying to overturn the election results even after a mob attacked the Capitol.
Predictions of discrimination against conservatives came true