Last Week’s Most Read Stories

Matt Zalaznick

To whet your appetite for bringing food events to your campus, here’s a taste of some creative recipes for fun in and outside the dining hall. Read more>>

Christopher Fevola

In today’s clearly challenging higher education landscape, many colleges and universities are struggling financially or even closing their doors—and regional private institutions are especially vulnerable. Read more>>

Sherrie Negrea

Evidence-based acquisition helps campus libraries in Pennsylvania save on digital learning materials. Read more>>

Yusuf Dahl

My first job out of prison was as a warehouse laborer earning minimum wage. The job was mind numbing and backbreaking, and did not offer benefits. Read more>>

Heather Kerrigan

When a nursing operations leader at Emory Healthcare, part of Emory University in Atlanta, launched a policy management initiative, she thought the project would involve consolidating an estimated 500 disparate policies. Read more>>

The New York Times

For nearly 200 years, since the opening of Pennsylvania’s Cheyney University in 1837, H.B.C.U.s have educated thousands of students, including the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Justice Thurgood Marshall, Toni Morrison, Representative Elijah Cummings and Senator Kamala Harris. Read more>>

Alabama Political Reporter

Ninety-four percent of survey respondents agreed that the skills required in today’s job market are different than in the past, a belief that may be tied to the large majority of respondents that think college is still a beneficial investment.  Read more>>

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