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Matt Zalaznick
Guides must market the institution while connecting with prospects; plus 11 tips for creating a memorable campus tour. Read more>>

Ed Hodges
Many college and university officials find themselves at an unenviable capital appropriation crossroads: Do they continue to maintain landmark buildings that alumni remember fondly but that can no longer accommodate evolving pedagogical requirements, or do they invest in new buildings that will help recruit the next generation of donors? Guest columnist Ed Hodges, principal and CEO with DiMella Shaffer, addresses the issue. Read more>>

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Today's higher ed procurement teams must maintain a level of knowledge on a variety of topics. When it comes to supporting sustainability initiatives, it can get complicated – fast. Tammy Rimes, MPA, Executive Director of NCPP, discusses how cooperative contracts can help. Read more>>

Matthew Poslusny and Kristi Eaves-McLennan
Severe weather events can threaten any campus at any time. “Does your campus have plans for shelter, messaging, operations and continued education?” ask guest columnists Matthew Poslusny, senior vice president and provost of Meredith College in North Carolina, and Kristi Eaves-McLennan, vice president for marketing and communications at Meredith. Read more>>

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The New York Times
Cheating in college is nothing new, but the internet now makes it possible on a global, industrial scale. Read more>>

The Week
University of the Bahamas students affected by Hurricane Dorian won’t have to worry about the devastating storm setting them back in their studies. Read more>>

More than two dozen current and former Liberty University officials describe a culture of fear and self-dealing at the largest Christian college in the world. Read more>>

High schools in Indiana may soon be rated on what their students do after graduation — not just how many of them pass state tests and earn a diploma. Read more>>

The Wall Street Journal
Rick Singer played on parents’ anxieties, suggesting they needed an angle or an inside track. Read more>>

AP via
A Christian college in Tennessee says it’s cutting tuition by $11,000 in 2020-21 for incoming and returning students in on-campus undergraduate degree programs. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

It’s widely established that foreign-born STEM students are great for the economy.  Read more>>

The Dallas Morning News
I’m looking forward to care packages, but kids who age out of foster care rarely get mail from home, if ever. Read more>>

The Hechinger Report
Across the country a gap persists between the number of black and Latino students graduating from state high schools, and the number enrolling in state flagship schools. Read more>>

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Hiram College
Hiram is taking steps to make its New Liberal Arts more accessible through a new tuition model that will reduce the published tuition and mandatory fees by 35 percent, starting in fall 2020, and roll out other changes as well.   Read more>>

Connect Master courses immerse students in real-world scenarios to apply knowledge, practice relevant skills and stay highly engaged. Read more>>

Purdue University
Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus is now sharing its sidewalks with a fleet of robots that can deliver meals at the push of a button.  Read more>>

After 17 often-tumultuous years as head of Kean University, Dawood Farahi will get a year of paid time off to decide what he wants to do in the future. Read more>>

WCPO Cincinnati
A director of the School for the Creative and Performing Arts accepted a job as a college president and will be resigning from his current position before the end of 2019, according to Cincinnati Public Schools officials. Read more>>