The University of California Los Angeles’ potential move to the Big Ten Conference could run into some obstacles with state law. Read more
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The University of Kansas may not ban handguns, even where combustible materials such as rocket fuel are stored, according to the Lawrence Journal-World. Read more
Pro-life and pro-choice students clashed at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) University Center mall on Sept. 7 in response to the overturn of Roe v. Wade. Read more
A college women’s basketball coach who fell for a hoax about a black volleyball player being called the “N-word” and canceled two games against Brigham Young University as a result does not regret her decision. Read more
There is a “rapid acceleration” of book censorship occurring across the US, with more than 2,500 different book bans taking place over the past school year, a new report has found. Read more
In what university officials acknowledge will be deeply unpopular cuts, Emporia State University will begin a process of sweeping changes to the university’s program offerings after receiving the all-clear from the Kansas Board of Regents. Read more
The US space agency's Perseverance rover is close to completing its first set of objectives on Mars. Read more
Notre Dame of Maryland University abruptly announced it would begin admitting male undergraduates next fall to combat enrollment declines. Backlash from students and alumnae was swift. Read more
Right-wing attempts to ban books are showing no sign of slowing down, according to a report released Friday by the American Library Association—and in fact have reached an unprecedented level, with libraries and bookstores increasingly facing legal threats over the materials on their shelves. Read more
Voters have granted the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats party national influence for the first time, raising concerns for universities already tied up in red tape over international recruitment. Read more