Held for Ransom: Why colleges must be proactive to prevent cyberattacks

Institutions are huge targets for hackers because of their openness and because of what they possess.

Mold, water leaks? Howard students protest, sit in over housing conditions

Rallies continue at university student center over what they say are safety concerns in buildings.

Group of HBCUs will get $1.5 million for digital learning research

Grants will provide opportunity for Black students to achieve more equitable outcomes across higher education.

Double trouble: How can colleges can prepare for the looming ‘twindemic’?

From mandates to clinics to outreach, strategies vary as institutions try to stave off a potential 'twindemic'.

How one college enhanced mental health services to reach 30% more students

Hamilton College Wellness Center director discusses holistic approach to care, boosting resources through hybrid model.

People on the Move: New presidents, positions and appointments in higher ed

The first woman president at Amherst retires; Columbia College names its 18th president

Enrollment slide reaches new low among Pennsylvania’s state universities

With integration of several institutions on the way, numbers continue to decline.

After reports of two suicides, this university is giving students a mental health day

The University of North Carolina faces another crisis moment, offers breaks and resources to community.

Fundraising dramatically successful at 2 women’s colleges in spite of COVID disruptions

Donors to two women's liberal arts colleges have been showing their strong beliefs in the institutions' missions—in a very big way—even as higher ed navigates COVID's disruptions.

Northwestern names Rebecca Blank, UW-Madison Chancellor, as next president

She will become the university's first woman in that position, taking over for Morton Schapiro in summer of 2022.

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