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1 Warren standoff could delay Department of Education actions
2 Indiana University Can Require Students to Get Coronavirus Vaccines
3 Philly Community College Pays Off Students' Outstanding Bills
4 What's Next for Higher Ed? | Princeton Alumni Weekly
5 Lengthy confirmation process could slow progress on higher education issues
6 A Democratic-Controlled Senate 'Will Change Everything' but 'Guarantee Nothing' for Higher Ed
7 How Biden’s infrastructure plan may fracture the nation’s colleges
8 Higher Education Institutions Speak Out Against Restrictive Voting Legislation
9 Most Colleges Don't Have Widespread Testing Of Students For Coronavirus
10 Northeastern University in talks with Mills College about potential acquisition
11 US colleges tout hopes for return to new normal this fall
12 What Biden presidency could bring for higher education President-elect has vowed to spend much more
13 Biden Tuition Plan Is Good for College Administrators, Bad for Students
14 The importance of how voters perceive the political orientation of colleges and universities (opinion)
15 Biden's Title IX Rules Draw Both Cheers And Fears
16 Education Department releases billions in aid to colleges
17 President Joe Biden Biden's administration plots expansion of $30B Pell grant program
18 Pandemic challenges, Trump rules await Cardona at Education
19 Biden order could change how colleges handle sex misconduct
20 CDC Urges Precautions for College Students Over Thanksgiving
21 Ray Hartle Sr., 85 Obituary
22 Bucknell sets three in-person graduation ceremonies for May
23 Pompeo Says U.S. Colleges Are 'Bought by Beijing' Funding
24 Appointment of Sandy Hook Denier to Education Committee Draws Criticism
25 Sonny Perdue under consideration to lead Georgia’s higher ed system
26 Princeton Admitted Past Racism. Now It Is Under Investigation.
27 Student-Visa Records Show Enrollments by Foreign Students Tumbled 18% In 2020
28 Survey shows college presidents emerging from COVID-19 more confident their institutions can change and thrive
29 Congress could make FAFSA more simple
30 Bipartisan Group in Congress Seeks $20 Billion in Pandemic Aid for Colleges
31 Covid-19 Travel Restrictions Loom Again for Colleges and Foreign Students
32 Colleges Say Students Must Get a Covid Vaccine. But No, Not That One.
33 As Lawmakers and the Biden Administration Debate Student Loan Relief, Borrowers Continue to Struggle
34 Mills College announces plan to close, triggering debate about other schools’ futures
35 The Betsy DeVos legacy: not much in higher education
36 US Colleges Aim for Return to Face-to-Face Classes This Fall
37 College enrollment takes a hit this fall amid coronavirus
38 Community College Enrollment Is Way Down
39 Biden CDC appointee advocates frequent campus testing
40 Study: College students can return if tested for coronavirus every two days
41 Democrats and higher education groups oppose Republican COVID-19 plan
42 Behind Closed Doors in Washington, Here’s What Colleges Fight For
43 What a second Trump term would bring higher education
44 Smith College Welcomes New Trustees
45 Colleges are facing a cash crunch and it could alter campus life
46 Education Department issues report finding noncompliance with foreign gift reporting requirements
47 Ohlone College to Employ New COVID Safety Technology This Fall
48 Obama memoir ‘A Promised Land’ delivers earnest self-reflection
49 House Republican lawmakers examining foreign gifts to Harvard, Yale and others
50 Justice Dept Drops Lawsuit Claiming Yale Discriminated in Admissions
51 Georgia chancellor search process slowed by confusion, split over Perdue
52 Trump Administration Rescinds Rule on Foreign Students | Chicago News | WTTW
53 Biden set to roll back Trump rules on campus sexual assault
54 Freshman enrollment drops significantly at U.S. universities and community colleges.
55 ‘Land of Tears’ offers a chilling look at European colonization of Africa
56 ‘How to Be an Antiracist’ opens a vital dialogue on race
57 Maryland budget cuts to higher education could mean staff shortages, financial aid reductions
58 ‘Dutch Girl’ shows Audrey Hepburn’s wartime courage
59 President Trump's executive orders could dim prospects of more federal aid for colleges
60 Partisan divide reaches into views of higher education
61 Catholic college leaders review pandemic year, challenges ahead
62 Money plays factor in colleges reopening campuses
63 Four-year private colleges are feeling threatened by President Biden’s infrastructure plan
64 Colleges conflicted after US eases crime-reporting rule
65 For Minnesota colleges, pandemic brings financial reckoning and an uncertain fall semester
66 Trump puts skills over degrees in federal hiring; college groups confident in value of degrees
67 Who will be Biden's education secretary?
68 Texas universities start shedding jobs preparing for serious financial hit
69 DACA students excluded from emergency stimulus grants
70 Universities worry about potential loss of Chinese students
71 COVID-19 Roundup: White House advice on sick students, more fall pivots
72 College Sports Will Halt on Election Day So Athletes Can Vote
73 US universities reject Trump call to divest from China
74 Disappointed college leaders and student debt advocates look to next round of stimulus
75 New rules: Foreign pupils must leave US if classes go online
76 Pressure mounts on many colleges to move classes online
77 How the Pandemic Stimulus Bill Pays Out for Education
78 Where is the stimulus money, colleges ask?
79 US colleges call for support to help fight coronavirus
80 Confusion continues over the Education Department's take on emergency aid distribution
81 Report: Free College Proposal a Threat to Private Colleges, Diversity
82 Amid concerns about college affordability, a call to increase Pell
83 Trump threatens tax exemptions of schools and colleges that teach 'propaganda'
84 With virus, U.S. higher education may face an existential moment
85 ‘Dominion’ tracks the influence of Christianity across centuries
86 Betsy DeVos releases sexual assault rules she hails as balancing rights of victims, accused
87 Shifting higher education landscape leading boards to look for outside leaders like NU's Carter
88 With virus, US higher education may face existential moment
89 Colleges worry about implications of religious freedom rule
90 Federal Rules Give More Protection To Students Accused Of Sexual Assault
91 In federal tax debate, advocates fear harm to universities, including UW-Madison
92 Texas universities begin cutting jobs and bracing for a serious financial hit
93 Senate committee was close to a deal on higher ed; then came the pandemic
94 As Trump Demanded Schools Reopen, His Experts Warned of ‘Highest Risk’
95 US students who took India’s Covaxin, Sputnik V asked to get vaccinated again
96 Texas universities brace for coronavirus financial hit
97 Rewritten Higher Education Act May Affect Financial Aid Process ‹ Pepperdine Graphic
98 Explainer: What 1.1 million foreign students contribute to the U.S. economy
99 Princeton’s President Says His School Is Racist—So Betsy DeVos Launched An Investigation
100 Stalled Talks Over Covid-19 Stimulus in the U.S. Show Signs of Life