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SPU’s Anti-LGBT Employment Policies Under Investigation

Washington state is investigating Seattle Pacific University’s hiring practices, which are allegedly biased against the LGBTQ+ community.

Ferris State Prof in Controversial Video Retires to Avoid Termination

Ferris State University settled a lawsuit with a suspended history professor involved in a controversial video. 

Med Students Leave Induction to Protest Anti-Abortion Speaker

Dozens of medical students from the University of Michigan left their induction ceremony to protest the pro-life keynote speaker.

Racial Equality in US Higher Education Will Take 70 Years: Study

Consulting firm McKinsey & Company has determined that it will take seven decades for racial and ethnic parity at non-profit colleges and universities.

Bowdoin Tackles Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in New Class

Bowdoin will participate in an academic project to develop courses exploring ethical issues raised by artificial intelligence.

Senate Bill Could Hamper Foreign Partnerships in Higher Education

The Association of American Universities fears that an iteration of the US Innovation and Competition Act could discourage foreign gifts and collaboration.

Seattle Pacific Students Stage Pride Flag Protest at Grad Ceremony

Graduating students at Seattle Pacific University used small pride flags to protest the school’s anti-LGBTQ+ employment policies. 

Sexual, Physical Abuse Allegations Hit Ex-USA Volleyball Coach

The former head coach of the University of South Alabama women’s volleyball team has been hit with sexual harassment allegations.