The cryptocurrency company behind the crashed TerraUSD and Luna tokens has filed for bankruptcy in the US. Read more
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This year marks 100 since Spelman Baptist Seminary became Spelman College, the all-women HBCU in the heart of Atlanta, Ga., which we know today. And as of Thursday, Spelman has set another historical milestone centered around the wonderfully round number. Read more
Colleges and universities have become well aware of the growing mental health crisis plaguing students, especially their first-years who developed during the pandemic. However, a new report reveals that the problem isn’t contained to students; higher education should also take stock in evaluating their staff’s mental health. Read more
Florida’s State Board of Education imposed new prohibitions on DEI spending at state colleges, following a similar decision for state universities. Read more
Universities end offers of on-campus dormitories to career-focused master’s students Read more
Scientific research requires updated and accurate information — but retracted papers still find their way into scholarship, according to several experts who also provided ways to fix this problem. Read more
Chinese researchers have cloned the first rhesus monkey, a species which is widely used in medical research because its physiology is similar to humans. Read more
Opening up the college-prep programs to undocumented students has been a priority for years. But some administrators say the political climate is too fraught to make such a change now. Read more
Exodus of junior scholars from Europe tips balance of university workforce Read more
Matter-of-fact accounting of the legal mechanism of slavery provides insight into American history and the country’s fraught present Read more