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Community-College Enrollment Is Falling. But These Majors Are Growing Fast.

About three times a week, Samantha Nigbor steers her parents’ 2006 Chevy Trailblazer out of their family farm and drives to Appleton, Wis.,...

Here’s How Rising Inflation Is Affecting Higher Ed

Like every other industry right now, higher education is grappling with the effects of raging inflation, tempering much of the other news, largely...

Everybody Has a Secret

He is a lonely, bearded scientist who has an important job in the Midwest.A Brooklyn native, raised in a traditional Jewish household, he...

How Much Has Noninstructional Employee Pay Changed Over Time?

Here’s a sector-by-sector look at changes in average annual pay for workers in noninstructional jobs from 2012-13 to 2020-21. Jobs that fall into...

Biden Wants to Double the Maximum Pell Grant. What Difference Would That Make?

A $13,000 Pell Grant would just about fully cover today’s average annual cost of attendance for community-college students. Students at public four-year institutions...

After an Eventful Decade at the Helm, Howard U.’s President Will Step Down

After a tenure marked by eye-catching announcements, as well as faculty and student unrest, Wayne A.I. Frederick, president of Howard University, said on...

What’s Going On at Yale Law School? A Lot of Drama

Yale Law School has found itself in the news a lot lately. That’s not so much because it was once again ranked as...

What Are the Demographics of Noninstructional Staff at Colleges?

Statistical snapshots of the gender, race, and ethnicity of all noninstructional college staff, including office and administrative support, business and financial operations, maintenance,...

Williams College Announces ‘All Grant’ Financial-Aid Policy

Williams College on Wednesday announced plans to adopt an “all grant” financial-aid program, apparently the first of its kind. Starting this fall, the...

What Higher Ed’s History Can Tell Us About the Present

John R. Thelin, one of the best-known historians of American higher education, likes to pay attention to the detailed human stories that have...

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