A group representing over 7,000 archaeologists has refused to post a video of a lecture delivered at its annual meeting earlier this month after complaints the topic was too racially charged.
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Independent lobby welcomes new short course funding and regulatory ‘reprieve’ but rails against perpetuation of ‘unfair’ loan fee
President Biden wants $109 billion for two-year colleges, $80 billion addition for Pell Grants, $62 billion for retention and completion efforts, and $39 billion for two free years at minority-serving institutions for most students.
The Biden Administration announced it would lift a pandemic-era travel restriction that prohibited Chinese students from entering the U.S., potentially providing a much-needed financial injection for U.S. colleges.
UK universities are institutionally racist and must do more to support students of colour, a leading vice-chancellor has said.
While divestment advocates have successfully pushed some public and private universities to drop fossil fuel investments, the movement hasn't caught on at oil-reliant institutions.
Lack of transparency in examinations under spotlight as US feminist’s dissertation finally lodged in Bodleian
Georgetown University recently announced it would expand its non-degree prison education program to include one that can lead to a college degree.
The Senate on Monday passed a measure that could lead to state colleges and universities sponsoring charter schools.
Pepperdine University’s student government and Student Wellness Advisory Board handed out free copies of White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.