Amherst College President Carolyn “Biddy” Martin and Wesleyan University President Michael S. Roth co-authored a letter to the U.S. Department of Education.
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Several years ago, colleges concerned about racism on campus began setting up what they called “Bias Response Teams” — online systems where students and professors could anonymously report one another for perceived bias relating to race, ethnicity, sexual identity, or otherwise.
Librarians are quarantining print materials for several days between loans to stop the spread of COVID-19. For students who rely on the library to access textbooks, that’s a problem.
In-person instruction during Covid linked to Republican states and whiter student bodies
US Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has evaded questions about her views on key issues on day two of her Senate confirmation hearing.
The SAT and ACT tests will be optional for students planning to go to college in 2021. In fact, most colleges are not requiring students to take the exams to be considered for admission.
The Centennial Ball planning team at University of New Haven took key components from traditional in-person galas and found ways to make them work virtually—while attracting more than double the attendees and raising $150,000 for student scholarships.
Research shows that student travel spreads COVID-19. Davidson College hopes a last-second break last week gave students a rest without spreading the virus.
In the recent presidential and vice presidential debates, Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris refused to answer where they stand on adding seats to the Supreme Court.
New code of conduct says universities should adopt procedures for confidential reporting of threats to freedom and safety as a result of international collaboration