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The first-of-its-kind event will be dedicated to esports and academics, and provide the tools and structure needed to help launch and advance esports programs and transform learning. Read more>>

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Learn how Temple University made the case for switching 40,000 users off their outdated LMS and unanimously chose a partner that led to learning environment tools designed to satisfy each stage of learning. Read more>>

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Historically black colleges and universities graduate an outsize number of black students in the states where they are located. Some schools are struggling financially, but others are seeing record enrollment. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick
Higher education and K-12 continue to collaborate in new ways to share resources and give graduating high school students a boost as they transition into college.  Read more>>

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Los Angeles Times
Diana Rodriguez, a second-year business major at Mount St. Mary’s University, was studying for her principles of management class when the lights flicked out for about a minute at 1:30 a.m. Monday. Read more>>

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Learn how a new platform is shown to increase student satisfaction with the latest Ovum release, “On the Radar: ACI Student Payment Portal modernizes the higher ed payments experience.” Read more>>

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Colleges are becoming a battleground in the conflict between federal and state marijuana laws as students who use medical pot challenge decades-old campus drug policies. Read more>>

New Jersey lawmakers are entering into the national debate over whether college athletes should be allowed to earn endorsement money. Read more>>

NBC Chicago
Elmhurst College will be closed because of graffiti that was found in the campus library on Sunday night in the west suburb. Read more>>
The Connecticut branch of one of the oldest civil rights organizations in the nation officially endorsed a plan Saturday which would consolidate the state’s community colleges into a single institution. Read more>>

The NCAA has placed Cal Poly on two years of probation and will force the school to vacate regular season and conference tournament records in "most of its sports programs" after an investigation concluded the school did not properly monitor its book scholarship program. Read more>>

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Idaho's State Department of Education has a long-term goal to improve tests scores and other education achievements by Latino students but the plan has seen little success in its first two years. Read more>>

The New York Times
Students learn about the challenges many low-income and first generation college students face, then consider how well learning institutions address their students’ needs beyond academics. Read more>>

Nashville Public Radio
The tradition of Tennessee’s historically black colleges and universities runs deep. At Tennessee State University’s recent homecoming pep rally, that pride was palpable as the school’s top-rated marching played. Read more>>

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Endowed fund created by philanthropist Steve Tisch will also encourage other donors to contribute. Read more>>

DMS Education
The partnership allows for the direct connection of prospective students visiting the organic-driven College Factual website with DMS Education school partners. Read more>>

University of Pennsylvania
In support of Penn’s mission to encourage holistic student wellness, BKP designed a new Wellness Office that opened for the 2019-2020 academic year. Read more>>

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The Daily Nebraskan
The priority candidate for the University of Nebraska system president position spoke to students, faculty, staff and members of the public during a press conference after the Board of Regents announced that he was the final candidate for the position. Read more>>

Wilson College via
Wilson College announced the appointment of Dr. Wesley R. Fugate as the 20th president in the 150-year history of the college. Read more>>