With government aid lacking, institutions struggle to identify winning strategies
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Syracuse University placed a professor on administrative leave after his course syllabus reportedly used the phrase "Wuhan flu."
National Science Foundation’s new emphasis in postgraduate funding seen as backsliding on diversity
A US university's claim it can use facial recognition to "predict criminality" has renewed debate over racial bias in technology.
The cancellation of college sports programs has left students deeply dismayed about being deprived of an important part of their college experience.
Twitter has demanded an AI company stop taking images from its website.
On campuses across America, professors ridicule and attack the nation’s founding principles.
Students at Carnegie Mellon are outraged that their school has a relationship with a company that contracts with ICE.
As the issue of college affordability continues to be a prominent talking point on the campaign trail ahead of the 2020 presidential election, a new study shows that the cost of a college education is still increasing at a rate that far outpaces inflation.