Friday, August 19, 2022


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. 

SUNY Receives Over $100M to Improve Enrollment, Completion Rates

The state of New York will spend millions of dollars to boost enrollment and college completion rates at SUNY campuses.

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. 

Bomb Threats Reported at Colleges in Mississippi, Alabama

Several Mississippi and Albama universities were the target of bomb threats, the latest in a rash of such incidents across the nation.

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.