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Judge Sides With Harvard on Affirmative Action Case

A federal court judge ruled on Tuesday to uphold Harvard University’s race-conscious admissions policy, dealing a stunning blow to anti-affirmative action proponents who had hoped that the case might be a defining issue in next year’s 2020 presidential race. Judge

Greece: first English-taught UG at a public uni

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA) will launch its first undergraduate degree fully taught in English this semester – the country’s first undergraduate course at a public university using English as the medium of instruction. “Archaeology and Greek

Graduate Programs in Higher Education Won’t Prepare You for Equity Centered Student Affairs Work – You Need to Seek It Out

Andrew Martinez As an alumnus of a Higher Education Administration masters program, and through my involvement in conferences in student affairs, my impression is that the higher education curriculum is disconnected from the lived reality of student affairs professionals. While

Truly Nolen names Orlando manager

Truly Nolen Pest Control promoted Don Kitchens to manager of the company’s Orlando, Fla., service office at 2082 33rd St. Don Kitchens. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN Kitchens, who has 25 years of experience in the pest control industry, joined Truly Nolen

Pitt suspends CI Chinese language program

The University of Pittsburgh, also known as Pitt, has discontinued a Chinese language program offered through its Confucius Institute for the 2019-20 academic year. At the end of July, vice provost for Global Affairs Ariel Armony said in a statement

The Journals of Columbine Killers Eric Harris & Dylan Klebold

Columbine High School mass murderer Eric Harris began keeping a journal a year before he and Dylan Klebold slaughtered 13 and seriously and critically injured dozens and forever changed the response, and preventative measures taken against, school shooters: locked doors,

Elizabeth Warren calls for ‘right to vote’ constitutional amendment, abolishing electoral college

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) endorsed a constitutional amendment enshrining the right to vote, which she said would bring some “federal muscle” to repealing voter suppression laws around the country. She made her remarks at a town hall late Monday in

Brené Brown Is Getting Her Own Netflix Special And She’s Going To Heal Your Soul

This new Netflix special from Brené Brown is here to empower you Queer Eye restored our faith in goodness. Tidying Up With Marie Kondo made us rethink the spaces we live in. And now Netflix is bringing us Brené Brown, a

Olivia Munn Slams Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin: ‘What These Parents Did Wasn’t for Love’

Olivia Munn is taking aim at the parents involved in the nationwide college bribery admissions scandal — including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin. The 38-year-old actress tweeted her views on Thursday, writing, “What these parents did wasn’t for love,

Oxford Brookes furthers China links

British HEI Oxford Brookes has expanded its agreements with Chengdu University of Technology in Sichuan province, with two new dual-degree programs approved by the Beijing government. The institutions hope that at least 1,000 students will join the campuses to study


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