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Matt Zalaznick

Harvard University will spend $100 million on reparations after a campus commission detailed the institution’s deep ties to slavery and discrimination before and after the Civil War.
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Remote workers who relocate to Purdue University's campus might catch a performance from the Boiler Bhangra competitive dance team. (Photo, Purdue University Marketing and Communications)
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The University of New Hampshire's 60 micro-credential courses can cost as little as $50 and are open to all, regardless of whether they are enrolled.
The University of South Florida’s staff of academic advocates serve as “care managers” who can connect students to all of the university’s sometimes scattered support services.
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Newark School of Fashion and Design—powered by the Parsons School of Design—opened with 100 ninth-graders who will spend this year learning about themselves and what inspires them.
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Students work in a Meredith College chemistry lab pre-COVID. (Photo: Meredith College Marketing Department)
Gateway Community & Technical College is working to ensure students experience more of a “warm hand-off” between high school and college, college and four-year universities, and higher ed and the workforce.
West Chester University is now working toward developing emergency micro-grants for students to help them get over financial humps and keeping moving forward on their academic tracks.
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