Sunday, December 4, 2022


Federally Funded Research to Remove Paywalls, White House Says

The White House ordered academic journals to make publicly funded work immediately accessible to the public after publication. 

Biden Cancels up to $20,000 in Student Loans

In keeping with his campaign promise, President Joe Biden announced unprecedented new measures to address student loan debt.

NY Expands Tuition Assistance to Part-Time Students

New York students pursuing part-time programs will now benefit from a new state-sponsored tuition assistance program.

Private UC Berkeley Co-Op Bans White People From Common Areas

To “prevent white violence,” a private housing cooperative at UC, Berkeley prohibits white people from using its common areas.

Biden, Cardona to Decide on Student Loans Before Payment Pause Expires

President Joe Biden will decide on student loans in the “next week or so,” according to the US Education Department.

No Racial Quotas Needed at Law Schools: American Bar Association

The American Bar Association will no longer require law schools to impose strict racial enrollment quotas to maintain accreditation.

California Kids Will Now Have a Savings Account for College

Children in California will receive free money for college in a savings account thanks to a new initiative by state lawmakers.

House Bill Requires Campuses to Report Student Accidents

A bipartisan House bill would make it mandatory for schools to report any campus accidents resulting in major student injuries or fatalities.