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Ray Bendici

Two departments at Purdue University have collaborated to churn out a special flavor of ice cream to commemorate the institution's 150th anniversary. Read more>>

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Global learning technology leader D2L announced recently that McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago — a nearly 200-year old theological graduate school — is moving into its future, powered by D2L. Read the full press release here. Read more>>

Melissa Ezarik

EAB research points to how adult student prospects are gathering information about programs and what their key decision criteria are, with admissions recruitment takeaways for colleges and universities. Read more>>

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania wanted to give their dining hall a major facelift — one that could be appreciated by students and faculty. Together, Aramark and IUP conquered this project and transformed the dining experience. Discover how the new dining hall continues to recruit and retain more students. Read more>>

Betty Vandenbosch

One of the absolutes of higher education is that no two students are alike, so there are no two identical paths to a degree. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Colleges and universities invest in new audio studios to meet the growing demand from career-minded students. Read more>>

Jodi Helmer

Bill introduced as an amendment to the Higher Education Act rather than as a stand-alone as in the past. Read more>>

The Metro West Daily News

The recent admissions scandal involving Hollywood celebrities, coupled with broader outrage against mounting student debt, has forced many colleges and universities to question their practices and futures. Read more>>

The Hechinger Report

Students 25 and older juggle jobs, kids and bills without support many say they need. Read more>>

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