Tuesday, October 26, 2021


Biden’s Free Comm College Fails, Opts for Increased Pell Grants

President Biden announced that the proposal to make community colleges free will be temporarily abandoned.

Amherst College Ends Legacy Admissions

Amherst College is among the first elite schools in the country to renounce the legacy admissions policy.

WSU Football Coaches Fired for Vaccination Refusal

Washington State University has sacked football head coach Nick Rolovich and four assistant coaches after they refused to follow the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

Suit Protests Montana Law Restricting Voting Efforts on Public Campuses

Montana Democrats filed another lawsuit to challenge a law banning voter registration drives and political organizing on state college campuses.

New Law Makes Menstrual Pads, Tampons Free in California Public Colleges

California's governor signed a law obligating the state’s public colleges to stock free menstrual products in restrooms starting next year.

Emerson Suspends Student Group for Anti-China Stickers

Emerson College in Boston has suspended its campus chapter of Turning Point USA  — a conservative student group — for manufacturing stickers that target the Chinese Communist Party.

California to Invest $47B to Improve College Affordability

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a $47.1 billion higher education package to make colleges more affordable in the Golden State.

Ohio Anti-Hazing Law Goes Into Effect

Ohio’s Department of Higher Education has launched a statewide anti-hazing law to prevent hazing incidents on university campuses.