A Virginia bill proposed a new scholarship exclusively for descendants of slaves.
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While state legislators frequently show a penchant for bills that would enable them to increase their oversight, pinch the purse strings, and tighten the screws on public colleges and universities, the 89th Iowa General Assembly is reaching new heights of legislative overreach this year.
Academics oppose use of International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition adopted by university
Coca-Cola is to test a paper bottle as part of a longer-term bid to eliminate plastic from its packaging entirely.
University of Memphis raised its minimum wage for staff last month to $15 per hour. Workers say the move was sorely needed.
In December, artist Sam Kerson sued the Vermont Law School for threatening to cover a campus mural he painted in 1994 depicting the state’s role in helping freed slaves via the Underground Railroad.
A nonprofit is working to remove the Chinese government’s presence from academia.
On his first day in office, President Biden released an executive order interpreting Title IX to “prevent and combat discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.”
Toronto professor offers path to ‘innovation in real places’, arguing that prestige research universities aren’t that important
Pigs can play video games, scientists have found, after putting four fun-loving swine to the test.