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Effective employment notices should tell a story, says UB columnist Carol Patton, who writes about human resources issues. Read more>>

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MassLive
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by three students of Mount Ida College, who sued the school over its sudden closure. Read more>>

The Roanoke Times
Virginia Tech is offering some incoming students money to not attend the university for up to a year — a move that comes in the wake of an over-enrollment crunch. Read more>>

Politico
House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings accused the Trump administration of blocking a congressional investigation into the attempted removal of the Education Department’s acting independent watchdog. Read more>>

The New York Times
The former college student said she had been raped three times as an undergraduate at Florida A&M University, twice by students and once by an acquaintance who was on campus regularly. Read more>>

AZCentral.com
A former chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court who investigated allegations of impropriety in the school’s economics department has found that Arizona State University officials committed no ethical breaches. Read more>>

The Atlantic
Violence in the spring of 1969 marred the commencement festivities for that year’s North Carolina A&T graduates. This year, they finally got to celebrate. Read more>>

The Washington Post
The family of an 18-year-old University of Maryland freshman who died of adenovirus in the fall has filed a notice of claim against the college, setting the stage for a possible lawsuit. Read more>>

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CALMatters
A young Californian of the Baby Boomer generation, bolstered by the post-war economic boom and the state’s investment in public higher education, could often emerge from college with little to no debt and a clear path to a living wage and homeownership. Read more>>

Bloomberg Opinion
It’s due to start in 2026, it won’t be a bust for everyone, and it may provide an opportunity for higher education to do better by America’s young people. Read more>>

CNBC.com
There’s good news for the many people who are in college and working too: they’re likely to pick up a larger paycheck after graduation than their peers who didn’t work. Read more>>

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Franklin University
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and Franklin University announced that Franklin University is the first 4-year university in the nation to offer an innovative navigation support system for students who are blind or have low vision. Read more>>

Ambassador Education Solutions
As Ambassador Education Solutions continues to seek out innovative ways to help schools adopt, manage and deliver the most relevant, stimulating content, the company today announced an exclusive partnership with In the Line of Duty. Read more>>