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Dartmouth College to Increase Mental Health Services and Support

With the recent suicide of a freshman and increasing reports of mental health symptoms during the pandemic, Dartmouth College will boost mental health services.

Liberty University Sues Virginia Governor Over Financial Aid

Liberty University filed a lawsuit against Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, claiming that a budget change wrongfully denies financial aid to deserving students.

Stanford Bars Undergraduates From Returning for Winter Quarter

Citing a spike in on-campus coronavirus cases, Stanford University announced freshmen and sophomores will not be allowed on campus for the winter quarter.

Lehigh University Revokes Trump’s Honorary Degree After Capitol Siege

Following last week's violent insurrection at the US Capitol, Lehigh University will revoke the honorary degree granted to President Donald Trump in 1988.

These Are the Cheapest Colleges in the US

A college degree doesn't need to drain your finances. There are plenty of cheap colleges in the US — here are the most affordable public and private ones.

UT Chattanooga Fires Coach Over ‘Hateful’ Tweet Against Stacey Abrams

An offensive line coach from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga was fired after his now-deleted tweet mocking Georgia politician Stacey Abrams made rounds on social media.

Penn State Reduces Room and Board Rates for Spring 2021

With in-person classes delayed due to the pandemic, Penn State has approved a reduction in the room and board rates for the upcoming spring semester.

Montana Legislature Considers Bill Allowing Concealed Guns on Campus

Montana legislature's new bill proposes reducing restrictions on guns in the state while allowing concealed carrying of firearms on campuses.