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Starting next summer, the school will hold its summer residencies at Colorado College, and winter residencies will take place virtually.
The announcement follows decisions by other universities to change names and symbols amid greater scrutiny of their pasts.
Sneaker design is just one of the many areas of study pushing 'innovation over tradition' at the institution.
One student says, 'I would not consider going to school in a state where abortion is against the law.'
One student told Pete Menjares, 'we're not going to stop until the (anti-LGBTQ) policy changes.'
If a Republican governor is elected, they could install their own regents, and the Senate has not confirmed nine of 11 appointees.
Despite its proven importance to students and the broader American economy, college is prohibitively expensive for millions, and tuition is only a part of the problem.
University of Missouri leader Justin Dyer will run the controversial Civitas Institute, formerly referred to as the Liberty Institute.
She says, 'I just decided to shoot my shot at all of them and see if it would land. I had no idea that I would get accepted into all of them.'
Speech First argued that its anti-discrimination policy violates students’ First Amendment rights. The university agreed to keep the policy as part of a settlement.
Like it or not, there are ways in which higher education is a business. Students have the freedom to stop paying and go elsewhere if they find better alternatives.
A new bill from Republican Greg Murphy is pushing divestment from firms linked to rights abuses, security risks.
What University of Phoenix CEO George Burnett was asked whether he was aware of abuses by Westwood College.
Vaccine mandates have been challenged across the state of Massachusetts and relatively few exemptions have been granted.
The university removed the fraternity for repeated violations and has sanctioned 13 of its members.
The president had promised to offer a plan within weeks, not months, but the complex political climate is cause for delays.
One lawsuit alleged Alexis Meeks-Rydell created a climate of fear and intimidation among the team and forced them to play when hurt.
Emails obtained via an open records request show two professors who helped develop the new center believe UT-Austin President Jay Hartzell backed off a plan to bring 'intellectual diversity' to campus.
Chancellor says there are decreases everywhere but most notably in 'men 18 to 24 in every ethnicity … every economic group.'
Claiming to be an accredited virtual school, the fake University of New Orleans has been running scams since last year.
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