A Northwestern University project is described as envisioning an “ethical internet” where capitalism is gone and “communes” work to create “sustainable and non-exploitative” infrastructures. Read more
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Law school graduates will be able to practice after 675 hours working with a licensed attorney in the state and an examination of their work by the State Board of Bar Examiners. Read more
Picture this: You have a broad mix of faculty, staff, students, service providers, collaborators and visitors interacting with the school networks and data. Read more
Documents published alongside Rishi Sunak’s first king’s speech show that a new duty is being considered by ministers Read more
Mississippi public universities should reorient degree programs to focus on career-readiness and the legislature should study the issue further, according to a report from the state’s auditor. Read more
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy launched his “We Are Made to Connect” campus tour last month, highlighting the role colleges can play in curing the loneliness epidemic. Read more
Federal case, one of several threats to nation’s $16 billion college sports enterprise, could bring huge shift in power to students Read more
More than half of today’s college students are first-generation, and some of the country’s most populous states just so happen to have the highest concentration of such learners. However, first-generation students are prone to fall behind in higher education and beyond, which has prompted colleges, universities and related organizations to recognize their struggles—and alleviate them. Read more
While “more solar energy” is needed in Massachusetts, deforestation is not the way to go, according to a study from Harvard University. Read more
For-profit DeVry University won’t have to pay nearly $24 million to the U.S.—for now—thanks to a court ruling that could hamper the department’s plans to make colleges that mislead their students pay up. Read more