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On April 16, 2007, a senior at Virginia Tech shot and killed 32 people and wounded 17 others in two separate attacks, two hours apart, in a residence hall and […]
Many small towns and rural regions rely on the nation’s 600 rural community and tribal colleges to provide employees who will keep local economies alive. But these institutions, which also […]
In looking at colleges for both of my children, one male and one female, I was particularly concerned about the environment on campus and within student housing especially after reading […]
Trends in campus chapels mirror those of places of worship in general: New and renovated spaces are becoming more tech-enabled and multifunctional, with added emphasis on creating a gathering place […]
“Sophomore,” fittingly, is derived from the Greek word meaning wise fool. From finding a major to deciding whether to study abroad—and questioning their identity in and outside of the classroom—it’s […]
Researchers believe more universities need to join the growing number of schools focusing resources on sophomores. “Sophomore-specific classes increase relationships with faculty and provide a platform to get through the […]
Many second-year-experience programs work with only a few thousand dollars in their coffers. Leaders of these initiatives forge partnerships with other departments to curb spending and help students pick majors, […]
In a renewal of social consciousness in American higher ed, colleges are refining stories of their history told through statues, signage and installations on campus. Many are turning this into […]
Instant Admissions Day at Unity College in Maine provides benefits beyond the immediate acceptance of students’ applications, President Melik Peter Khoury says. This accelerated enrollment approach provides a clearer picture […]
More than 40 years after it was established, Title IX continues to pose compliance challenges for higher education institutions struggling with sexual assault investigations. The University of Maryland recently made […]
Gone is the single cafeteria line in the Maryville University dining hall, with the Missouri institution’s students making their way down a familiar row of plates, picking up food not […]
While most libraries have cleared out hundreds, if not thousands, of books from their shelves, that doesn’t mean they have surrendered square footage. In fact, many colleges and universities are […]
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