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Florida A&M Students Sue State, Accusing It of Decades of Underfunding

The State of Florida has deliberately and systematically maintained a racially segregated higher-education structure by giving more funding to predominantly white universities than...

The Supreme Court Ordered Yeshiva U. to Recognize an LGBTQ Group. Then Things Took a Turn.

The LGBTQ student group embroiled in a legal battle with Yeshiva University said on Wednesday that it would temporarily step back from seeking...

What Colleges Can Learn From the Affirmative-Action Lawsuit Against Texas A&M

When Texas A&M University announced a new faculty hiring program in July, officials said it would help move “the structural composition of our...

Who Is Native Enough?

Phenocia Bauerle’s job as the director of Native American student development at the University of California at Berkeley is extensive. For the campus’s...

A Duke Volleyball Player Said BYU Fans Shouted Racial Slurs. An Investigation Found No Evidence.

The allegation was shocking, and the outrage that followed understandable. Rachel Richardson, a Black player on Duke University’s women’s volleyball team, said she...

Enrolling Diverse Students When Race Is Off the Table

In the two and a half decades since California banned race-conscious admissions, the University of California system has spent more than a half-billion...

Professor Fired for Alleged Threat to ‘Kill All White People’ Is Named Interim Provost of Troubled College

Mark McPhail, a tenured professor and administrator who was abruptly fired from Indiana University Northwest last year after an administrator accused him of...

3 Takeaways From Supporting Briefs in the Case That Could Change College Admissions

Only about two months remain before the Supreme Court hears arguments for the most-watched legislative challenge in higher education: two cases that could...

Researchers Did a Deep Dive Into Efforts to Restrict Critical Race Theory. Here’s What They Found.

Since Republican lawmakers began backing bills to limit diversity training or ban the teaching of “divisive” topics, most national news coverage has focused...

Why One College Is Hiring a ‘Vibrant-Campus-Community Coordinator’

Calling all prospective student-affairs leaders: This small college is looking to hire someone who can restore “a vibrant student life” to its rural...

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