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Census Reveals That Johns Hopkins University Founder Owned Slaves

Johns Hopkins, founder of the prestigious Baltimore university and hospital which bear his name, was revealed to have owned slaves in the mid-1800s.

Former EMU Student Accuses Professor of Sending Inappropriate Photos

A former student at Eastern Michigan University accused a 65-year-old professor of sending her unsolicited photos of his genitalia.

University of Arizona to Require Weekly COVID-19 Testing Next Semester

In preparation for the spring semester, the University of Arizona will require weekly COVID-19 testing from students and visitors.

San Diego State University Votes to Cancel Spring Break

San Diego State University students have been forced to change their plans as school officials canceled spring break next semester to prevent a spike in COVID-19 cases.

College, University Presidents Promote ‘Learners First’ Higher Ed Reform

The Presidents Forum revealed a bold new framework for educational reform to accommodate modern learners. 

Growing List of Universities Acknowledge Land Belonged to Native Americans

The University of South Florida acknowledged university land once belonged to Native Americans, joining a growing list of colleges honoring exploited peoples within US history.

President of University of South Carolina Tests Positive for COVID-19

USC President Bob Caslen tested positive for coronavirus on November 24 and will be working from home while he undergoes isolation.

Ferris State University Professor on Leave After Racist Tweets

A professor at Ferris State University has been placed on leave for denying the severity of the pandemic and posting offensive and controversial comments on social media.