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Greater Security Measures Implemented at 2019 “Deltopia”

Due to violent incidents at the event in 2014, this year's 'Deltopia' was more heavily policed, a point of controversy among UCSB community members

Inflation Continues to Hinder Earning Power of Professors [Survey]

For the third consecutive year, the salaries of full-time faculty members teaching at various colleges have barely outpaced the inflation rate

An Investment in the Future: Mark Zupan on Betting in Favor of Higher Ed

Following predictions that at least half of all traditional universities will close or merge by 2030, The College Post spoke with Alfred University President Mark Zupan about why he's optimistic about the future stability and persistence of non-profit higher education institutions

Non-Profit Partnership to Address Campus Mental Health Care

The partnership will focus on research to help U.S. colleges identify "innovative solutions to ensure their students' mental health and well-being"

Colleges Turn to New Technologies, Partners for Mental Health Support

To counter the epidemic of mental health issues among students, colleges are now investing in digital resources and external partnerships to provide extra support

University of Maryland Sees Spike in Sexual Violence in 2017 [Report]

During the 2017-2018 academic year, students reported 249 incidents of sexual misconduct, an increase of 41 reports from 2016

University of Georgia Fraternity Suspended Over Racist Video

Four Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity members have been expelled from the chapter after they were captured mocking slavery and using offensive racial slurs

Papa John’s Foundation Donates $500,000 for Racial Healing Centers

The two-year grant will develop 150 Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Campus Centers to break down racial hierarchies in society