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Campbell University, a private Christian school in North Carolina, will allegedly now allow its Students for Life chapter members to counsel women outside of abortion clinics after originally denying the request. Read more
Ten scientists holding faculty positions at some of the nation’s most prestigious universities have joined forces to defend censorship and cancel culture within academia. Read more
Wiley’s survey of students reveals that more than 90% like some form of digital learning. Read more
As rightwing campaigns for censorship sweep the US, opponents are finding ways to keep books on the shelves Read more
Emporia State cut tenured faculty as part of a controversial workforce-management policy. Officials promise a reinvestment of resources, but critics distrust leadership and fear the worst. Read more
The University of Virginia will issue a singular $690 credit to undergraduate state residents for the 2022-2023 academic year to reverse its tuition increase announced last December. Read more
Author hopes her experiences battling burnout as an academic can inspire others to find ways to cope Read more
New York’s Yeshiva University announced Friday that it would put all undergraduate club activities on hold, days after losing a bid to have the US Supreme Court block a court order that requires the university to recognize an LGBTQ student club, an attorney for the club said. Read more
The University of Kansas may not ban handguns, even where combustible materials such as rocket fuel are stored, according to the Lawrence Journal-World. Read more