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Willamette Week
After a “frankly insulting” bargaining session between union employees and universities, SEIU 503’s 5,000 higher-education employee members may strike. Read more>>

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Some families are frustrated about a public backlash, saying what they did was legal. They say the real problem is the cost of higher education. Read more>>

The Guardian
Regulator has concerns over Royal Australasian College of Physicians’ use of charity funds. Read more>>

USA Today
In many ways, cheating on high school and college exams used to be a lot harder than it is nowadays.  Read more>>
A special landscaping team is making sure Pitt’s campus looks its best for move-in day. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis
The University System of Georgia released its annual report detailing the economic impact of its 26 colleges and universities on the state. Read more>>

The Atlantic
College isn’t providing an effective engine of upward mobility for most Americans. Read more>>

The Washington Post
The national discussion on school safety is more often than not focused on K-12 schools — but it is just as much of a concern to those who work, visit or live on college and university campuses. Read more>>

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Millersville University
To help combat the opioid crisis, Millersville University students who are interested in becoming experts in addiction and recovery will receive $840,000 in scholarships, thanks to a grant from the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration. Read more>>

Comcast announced that it would be bringing its Xfinity On Campus service to Western New England University, allowing students to watch live TV, On Demand and recorded content on their IP-enabled devices, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Read more>>

PayScale, Inc.
PayScale introduces new “Most Transferrable Majors” research to help students and families identify majors with most long-term potential for earnings and career flexibility. Read more>>


The Daily Star
SUNY Oneonta announced plans to construct an emergency services building on campus. Read more>>

Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College is awaiting the opening of its new Nursing and Health Science building. Read more>>
The St. Joseph County Council approved a request from Saint Mary’s College to issue $51 million in bonds. Read more>>