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.

NJ’s Minority Serving Bloomfield College Risks Closure

Faced with financial woes and declining enrollment, Bloomfield College announced that it risks permanently closing its doors.

UMissouri Student Hospitalized for Frat Event Alcohol Poisoning

The University of Missouri has suspended all fraternity events after a freshman was hospitalized following an alcohol overdose.

Amherst College Ends Legacy Admissions

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

UNC Can Keep Race-Based Admissions Quotas, Court Says

A federal judge has ruled that UNC Chapel Hill can continue using race as a factor in its admissions process.

UMontana Prof on Leave for Statements on Women, Islam

The University of Montana has put a professor on leave after discovering that his blog disparaged women, Muslims, and the LGBTQ+ community.

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.

Atlanta Students Demand Better Housing, Increased HBCU Aid

Students from several HBCUs in Atlanta are protesting against undesirable living conditions on campuses.