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More than 160 locally owned business enterprises introduced themselves to many departments within Syracuse University who could potentially buy their goods or services in the future.  Read more>>
A landmark bill from California Congresswoman Nancy Skinner that would allow college athletes to get money from endorsements moved one step closer to becoming a reality. Read more>>

Early-college high schools are structured around students working towards their associate’s degree. Read more>>
Funding for higher education was the only budget bill state lawmakers passed before the end of the session. Read more>>
The fifth day of a State House demonstration organized by UMass Amherst students ended abruptly, after their loud chanting clashed with a nearby ceremony honoring 15 fallen service members. Read more>>

Detroit Free Press
It was acceptable for Michigan State University to suspend a student while it waited to hold a live hearing on whether he sexually assaulted a fellow student, a federal court ruled. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The Atlantic
Applying to schools has become an endless chore—one that teaches students nothing about what really matters in higher education. Read more>>

The New York Times
The Morehouse College class of 2019 will walk into adult life unburdened by student debt. What about everyone else? Read more>>

Community College Daily
An increasing number of four-year college and university students have been enrolling at community colleges during the summer to take a course — or two or three. Read more>>

Industry News
Northern Illinois University’s supermileage team gets international recognition.  Read more>>

The University of Pittsburgh, a higher ed institution, has selected Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud to support its mission to advance teaching, research and public service. Read more>>


Michael Hemesath, who has led St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn., since 2012, will step down in August. Read more>>

The board of trustees at Laredo College has given hiring and firing responsibilities to its president, a move that’s caused some to question. Read more>>

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Robert Morris University announced the creation of its first endowed professorship, in honor of the recently retired president and CEO of Allegheny Technologies Incorporated. Read more>>