Student groups assembled to demand that cops be removed from campus during student welcome event. Read more
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Keeping going through the pandemic has proved a huge challenge for many working in universities. Being asked to present a story involving an abused child proved a step too far for Rachel O’Donnell Read more
Many college students were eager to get back to in-person classes this fall after a year of relative isolation. The National Center for Education Statistics found that, in the Spring of 2020, 84 percent of college students were enrolled in at least one online class. But the question remains: Is it safe to go back? Read more
The pay gap between men and women in academic science is bigger than it is in industry, according to a new analysis of federal survey data. What might it take to close that gap? Read more
Eight US states will accept driver's licences and other state IDs stored on an iPhone, Apple has announced. Read more
The California Community Colleges system is investigating potentially widespread fraud involving fake “bot students” enrolled in active courses in what officials suspect is a scam to obtain financial aid or COVID-19 relief grants.
Students delay studying abroad and some even switch continents because of visa delays Read more
Stringent tuition refund policies at colleges and universities have led to students and their families purchasing tuition insurance, in case COVID-19 forces them to withdraw from the academic term. Read more
A group of academics, primarily from the United Kingdom, have formed a group to stop, in their words, the “abuse of history for political purposes.” Read more
A ground-breaking code to create "a better internet for children" comes into force in the UK on Thursday - but critics say it is too broad and leaves many digital businesses unsure how to comply. Read more