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Matt Zalaznick

High school students are increasingly shifting their college searches to social media, which has also emerged as an effective method of reaching underrepresented students, a new study says. Read more>>

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Melissa Ezarik

Despite the recent attention to well-being in medical schools, the presence of a physical space dedicated to wellness is still an emerging concept. One university is changing that. Read more>>

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Bochum University of Applied Science is a higher-education institution in Germany. Like many schools, Bochum licenses a wide range of digital products for its students and faculty. Learn how a more efficient, secure, and centralized way to distribute these products to their 10K users increased adoption rates by 50%. Read more>>

Emily Ann Brown

Teachers College at Columbia University convenes experts at a conference to tackle tough questions about the state of artificial intelligence in education and its implications for the future of teaching and learning. Read more>>

Melissa Ezarik

From teatime to cricket snacks, and robotic delivery to sustainable silverware, the new academic year brings students more dining options. Read more>>

By David H. Harper and Nicole Somerville via University Business

With ongoing criminal investigations, potential litigation and more oversight from the government and other monitoring organizations, it’s a good time for all schools to pressure test various admissions-related areas, say guest columnists David H. Harper and Nicole Somerville. Read more>>

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The Washington Post

The Supreme Court over the years has affirmed the practice by colleges and universities — most recently in 2016 in a case involving the University of Texas at Austin — but it has narrowed its focus. Read more>>

TIME

The Arizona State University student paper, the State Press, scooped all the nation’s major news outlets with a story confirming that the U.S. special envoy for Ukraine had resigned. Read more>>

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