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Wyoming Senator Apologizes for Transphobic Graduation Speech

Wyoming’s first-ever female senator drew backlash for transphobic comments in her graduation address at her alma mater.

Snapchat CEO Pays off Student Loans of Graduates at LA School

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel has paid off the student loan debts of this year’s graduates at the Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles.

39M Americans Attend College but Leave Without Degree: Study

The number of college students who have left postsecondary education without a degree has climbed to 39 million.

Noose Found in Stanford University Jumpstarts Hate Crime Probe

A noose was found hanging outside an undergraduate residence hall at Stanford, prompting a hate crime investigation.

157-Year-Old College Closing Due to Ransomware Attack and COVID

Lincoln College is permanently closing after battling financial woes caused by the pandemic and a recent ransomware attack. 

Ed. Dept. Investigating Sexual Assault Allegations at Liberty

The Department of Education is investigating a barrage of sexual assault complaints at Liberty University.

A Third of College Students Think of Withdrawing: Study

Research found that a third of college students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program last fall considered stopping their studies for a semester or more.

University in Massachusetts Allows Tuition Payments Using Cryptocurrency

Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts has announced that students can now pay for tuition using cryptocurrency.