St. John’s College is getting closer to raising the money it needs to sustain a $17,000 tuition decrease the college made three years ago.
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Under the auspices of intellectual freedom, Florida’s universities and community colleges will be required to do an annual survey to ensure diverse views on campuses, including conservative opinions.
Survey sheds light on level of anger at higher education institutes’ response to pandemic
Kettering University announced a new “Math for Social Justice” elective will address climate change, human trafficking, elections and racial justice causes through math modeling.
The University of Oklahoma’s 'Anti-Racist Rhetoric & Pedagogies' workshop advised professors on what ideas should and should not be allowed in the classroom.
Laura Wade, writer of Posh and Home, I’m Darling, criticises government’s attitude to industry as unions fight cuts to performing arts degrees
A foundational global document on academic freedom and university autonomy gets a rewrite.
June 30 will mark the final day for Dr. Howard Bauchner as editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association, as the professor of pediatrics and community health sciences at Boston University was forced to resign due to a controversy over structural racism.
South Dakota’s public universities won’t allow medical marijuana use on campuses or at university-sponsored events, the state Board of Regents decided.
After breaking the Brandeis 'Oppressive Language List' story, 'Campus Reform' discovered that the university uses the 'offensive' words widely on its website.