Russia is still interfering in US politics, according to FBI director Christopher Wray.
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Newly unearthed court records show that yet another American university medical researcher has ties to China.
Could represent ‘new wave of state-level legislation directed toward reforming public universities’
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Students at Watkins College of Art in Nashville describe it as an oasis in the Bible Belt, a small supportive campus welcoming to all and committed to free expression.
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The University of California-Santa Cruz and the UC Office of the President are giving The College Fix the runaround when it comes to answering questions about UCSC’s faculty diversity pilot program.