The Chronicle of Higher Education released an article, “That Other Affirmative-Action Case: The Battle Over UNC’s Admissions Policies Heats Up.”

    NPR argued that “For DACA Recipients, President's Temporary Offer Feels Like More Chaos.”

    Inside Higher Ed: “Rethinking State Authorization, Again

    The Chronicle of Higher Education wrote “Looking to Improve Students’ Mental Health? Ask What They Need.”

    CNBC highlighted “How the shutdown affects tuition payments and loans.”

    The New York Times published an article, “‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes.”

    Inside Higher Ed interview an author of a new book: “‘Two Cheers for Higher Education’

     

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