Whether the Supreme Court will invalidate the Affordable Care Act is unclear, but the prospect of the law's end is causing worry.
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'Students must be educated to think critically and be prepared to navigate an uncertain career path'
A Michigan professor was revealed to have written for a Chinese-owned media outlet.
New York University agreed to take a number of actions to settle the first civil rights probe under Trump's anti-Semitism executive order. But some see risk to free expression on campus.
The attorney for Austin Tong, a Chinese immigrant student punished by Fordham University, recently alleged that the university has ties to the Chinese Communist Party that the institution wants to hide.
Alexander Vindman, a former military officer who testified against Trump during the impeachment proceedings, will join Penn as a visiting fellow.
In a new executive order, President Donald Trump restricted federal funding for critical race theory trainings in order to “combat offensive and anti-American race and sex stereotyping and scapegoating,” and some are left questioning how this order impacts diversity trainings in higher education, if at all.
Many of those crossing borders now likely to stay within East Asia, survey shows
The university conducts a review of how its teaching, research and practices are aligned with United Nations-adopted sustainable development goals.