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UTSA Creates Safe Space for Community To Discuss Critical Issues

The University of Texas at San Antonio has established an Office of Restorative Justice to discuss critical matters such as political and racial issues.

New Hanover County Event Prepares High School Students for College

New Hanover County in North Carolina partnered with Cape Fear Community College and McDonald’s to help local high school students navigate higher education and the workplace.

MSU Foundation Breaks Fundraising Record, Raises $25.8 Million

The Missouri State University Foundation has set a new fundraising record after collecting $25.8 million in donations for the 2021 fiscal year, surpassing the previous record by more than $3.1 million.

Free Speech Group Seeks Delay in Virginia Tech Anti-Bias Policies

A conservative free speech group is attempting to derail Virginia Tech's new anti-bias policies to curb harassment and discrimination on campus.

Neumann University Doubling Campus With New Purchase

Neumann University has doubled the size of its campus by signing an agreement to purchase an adjacent convent and a 63-acre property.

Western Michigan University Criticized for Recent Rebranding Efforts

Western Michigan University is facing a backlash for its attempt at rebranding, especially its new university logo and color scheme.

Davidson Alumni Set $100K Challenge to Support Inclusivity

Two Davidson College alumni have started a $100,000 donation challenge to increase student diversity at the school.

Judge Dismisses Antitrust Lawsuits Over College Textbooks

A US judge has dismissed antitrust lawsuits accusing leading on-campus bookstore chains and college textbook publishers of using the Inclusive Access program to eliminate competition and raise prices.