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.
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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
Two misleading ads for mobile games that bear little relation to the actual product have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
The Big 12 athletic conference announced in September that they would take part in a massive social justice campaign.
Campus Reform recently asked students if women should be celebrated by feminists for reaching the top of male-dominated fields.
The University of Pittsburgh is under federal investigation for allegedly retaliating against a professor for his views and practicing “overtly race-based admission and hiring.”
Approximately 350 state university professors — most on four Western Pennsylvania campuses — face layoffs after the spring semester’s end, as expedited State System of Higher Education plans to square revenues with costs take shape.
People in Phoenix, Arizona will soon be able to order a driverless taxi, as Google expands its Waymo service.