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The expo hall at UB Tech® 2019 provided multiple opportunities for attendees to have one-on-one discussions with numerous vendors to learn how specific products and services could benefit their colleges or universities. Read more>>

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Document management providers address the biggest policy management challenges they see for higher ed institutions, and what they would say to a campus official feeling overwhelmed by the task of facing the challenge. Read more>>

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KYWNewsRadio.Radio.com
There was some panic at Thomas Jefferson University’s East Falls campus after a computer glitch mistakenly sent out an active shooter alert. Read more>>

Politico
Even after two test-givers accepted bribes to help cheaters, the SAT and ACT companies have yet to probe those who oversee exams. Read more>>

Springfield News-Sun
Clark County is working to do their part to help high school seniors afford college as student loan debt continues to climb nationwide. Read more>>

Anchorage Daily News
Furlough notices went out to University of Alaska employees in the wake of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s huge cut to its state funding. Read more>>

Bloomberg Government
A group of eight senators is working to tackle one of the most contentious issues in higher education—when and how colleges need to respond to allegations of sexual assault. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The Bismarck Tribune
Some members of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education just don’t get it when it comes to open records and open meetings. Over the years they have been called to task for violating state law. Read more>>

WUWM.com
The late Dr. Allen L. Herron set the pace for black physicians in Milwaukee, especially black men. He’s believed to be the first African American male doctor to practice here. Read more>>

The New York Times
For nearly 200 years, since the opening of Pennsylvania’s Cheyney University in 1837, H.B.C.U.s have educated thousands of students, including the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Justice Thurgood Marshall, Toni Morrison, Representative Elijah Cummings and Senator Kamala Harris. Read more>>

Industry News

Ocelot
The company known within higher education for the popular “FATV” library of online videos, used by hundreds of schools to make financial aid easy-to-understand for their students and prospects, announced that it has changed its name to Ocelot. Read more>>

YuJa Inc.
YuJa Inc. formally announces a partnership with University of South Carolina Aiken to provide a campus-wide digital lecture capture and media management solution. Read more>>

AstroTurf
Many inside the University at Buffalo athletics department have called the opening of the Murchie Family Fieldhouse a real game changer for the university. Read more>>