First institutional accounts reveal mixed results, with many institutions weathering the Covid storm but some plunging into deficit
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The University of Wisconsin at Madison has changed how it uses exam proctoring software Honorlock in response to complaints that the software failed to recognize the faces of students with darker skin tones
On Wednesday last week, Google's Fiona Cicconi wrote to company employees.
Their protests are not centered on a controversial war in some far-off jungle but on issues of racial and social inequity at home
Pro law enforcement owner of Big City Coffee Sarah Fendley says student protesters caused her to prematurely close a location on campus.
Cornell University has become the latest institution to require students get the COVID vaccine to return to campus.
Following LSU’s Title IX scandal, a legislative proposal seeks to increase transparency and tighten sexual violence accountability in colleges statewide.
The British Esports Association (BEA) is calling for gaming tournaments to be held that cater exclusively to players with disabilities.
Province appears determined to deploy widely criticised tactic once Covid eases
The U.S. higher education sector will feel a revenue hit for several years from a low number of international students enrolling in colleges and universities this fall, according to a report issued last week by Moody’s Investors Service.