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UMinnesota Approves Mandatory Racial Justice Course 

Beginning in fall 2021, undergraduates at the University of Minnesota will be required to take the course Race, Power, and Justice in the United States.

Thomas College Student Develops ‘Interactive’ Snowmobile Maps

A Thomas College student has developed a comprehensive map system that snowmobile riders can use for free to explore trails throughout Maine. 

Boston College Theology Chair Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Boston College is investigating a sexual assault case against the chairman of its theology department after a former classmate claimed the professor sexually assaulted her on two separate occasions.

Phoenix College Pairs up With Nonprofit to Help Single Moms Graduate

Phoenix College has established a partnership with Helping Hands for Single Moms to provide financial support for single mothers looking to graduate and enter nursing careers.

Lone Star College to Support Students, Staff Hit by Winter Storm

Lone Star College has set up the Weather Emergency Assistance Fund to provide financial aid to students and staff affected by the winter storm that took place this month.

These Are the World’s 11 Oldest, Awe-Inspiring Universities

This list of the world’s 11 oldest universities will take you through some of history's earliest classrooms, some of which might even make their way to your bucket list.

UT Knoxville Renames Two Dorms After Black Leaders

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville has renamed two dormitories after Black civil rights leaders in the state, honoring how their “fight for equity and social justice transformed the state’s higher education system and the university.”

Affirmative Action Critics Ask Supreme Court Involvement on Harvard Racism Case

Students for Fair Admissions requested the US Supreme Court take up their lawsuit against Harvard College, challenging admissions policies that favor some racial groups over others.