Lawmakers should include an additional $125 million for public higher education in next year’s budget, advocates said Tuesday, telling stories of full-time students working multiple jobs, adjunct professors struggling to get by, and adult workers overloaded with student loan debt.
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When the staff at an “independent journal of politics and world affairs” complain to Georgetown University officials, they get results.
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Butler University's arts college canceled classes for a day to hold a diversity and inclusion workshop.
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