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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Comb Diversity Programs for Content That Could Trigger Feds

Colleges Comb Diversity Programs for Content That Could Trigger Feds

October 19, 2020

Some, like John A. Logan, the University of Iowa, and Texas State University, have abruptly postponed planned events, while others wait for clarity on what the order means for them. A few have fought back, and others have decided to lie low, with a presidential election, and the potential for a change in the administration, just weeks away.
Some, like John A. Logan, the University of Iowa, and Texas State University, have abruptly postponed planned events, while others wait for clarity on what the order means for them. A few have fought back, and others have decided to lie low, with a presidential election, and the potential for a change in the administration, just weeks away.

October 19, 2020

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Round-Up: Coronavirus Crisis - October 16, 2020

Round-Up: Coronavirus Crisis - October 16, 2020

October 16, 2020

Today’s top stories regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and higher education. Also, see NAICU's Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources webpage.
 
Lack of Coronavirus Stimulus Deal Puts Pressure on Incumbents
The Wall Street Journal (October 16, 2020)
 
Pelosi, Mnuchin Cite Progress in Economic Relief Talks But Eye Obstacles With Senate Republicans
The Washington Post (October 16, 2020)
 
U.S. ‘Headed in the Wrong Direction’ as a 3rd Peak Nears
The New York Times (October 16, 2020)
 
Winter Is Coming
Inside Higher Ed (October 16, 2020)
 
How a Pioneering Covid Testing Lab Helped Keep Northeast Colleges Open
The Wall Street Journal (October 16, 2020)
 
SC Agency Could Halt Federal Aid to Private Colleges After Court Ruling
City Paper, Charleston, SC (October 16, 2020)
 
‘We Haven’t Begun to Feel the Real Economic Damage’
The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 14, 2020)
 
After 700 Students Test Positive, a College President Resigns
The New York Times (October 16, 2020)
 
Colleges Confront Climbing Covid Cases
New Haven Independent, New Haven, CT (October 15, 2020)
 
Reporting Live From Quarantine U.
The New York Times (October 15, 2020)
 
College Students Are Still Finding Romance in a Pandemic, Through Zoom Crushes and Actual Dates
The Washington Post (October 16, 2020)
 
A Few Colleges Loosened Fall Grading Policies. Will Others Follow?
EducationDive.com (October 16, 2020)
 
Myths Versus Realities in Applying to College During Covid-19
Seattle Magazine.com (October 16, 2020)
 
 
Permanent Budget Cuts Are Coming - Opinion
The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 16, 2020)
 
Today’s top stories regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and higher education. Also, see NAICU's Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources webpage.
 
Lack of Coronavirus Stimulus Deal Puts Pressure on Incumbents
The Wall Street Journal (October 16, 2020)
 
Pelosi, Mnuchin Cite Progress in Economic Relief Talks But Eye Obstacles With Senate Republicans
The Washington Post (October 16, 2020)
 
U.S. ‘Headed in the Wrong Direction’ as a 3rd Peak Nears
The New York Times (October 16, 2020)
 
Winter Is Coming
Inside Higher Ed (October 16, 2020)
 
How a Pioneering Covid Testing Lab Helped Keep Northeast Colleges Open
The Wall Street Journal (October 16, 2020)
 
SC Agency Could Halt Federal Aid to Private Colleges After Court Ruling
City Paper, Charleston, SC (October 16, 2020)
 
‘We Haven’t Begun to Feel the Real Economic Damage’
The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 14, 2020)
 
After 700 Students Test Positive, a College President Resigns
The New York Times (October 16, 2020)
 
Colleges Confront Climbing Covid Cases
New Haven Independent, New Haven, CT (October 15, 2020)
 
Reporting Live From Quarantine U.
The New York Times (October 15, 2020)
 
College Students Are Still Finding Romance in a Pandemic, Through Zoom Crushes and Actual Dates
The Washington Post (October 16, 2020)
 
A Few Colleges Loosened Fall Grading Policies. Will Others Follow?
EducationDive.com (October 16, 2020)
 
Myths Versus Realities in Applying to College During Covid-19
Seattle Magazine.com (October 16, 2020)
 
 
Permanent Budget Cuts Are Coming - Opinion
The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 16, 2020)
 

October 16, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Pell Recipient Enrollment Down at Privates, Survey Says

Pell Recipient Enrollment Down at Privates, Survey Says

October 16, 2020

Fewer Pell Grant recipients enrolled in private nonprofit colleges this fall. The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities surveyed 292 private nonprofit colleges on their enrollment. Over all, it's dropped about 2 percent compared to the fall of 2019. But Pell Grant recipient enrollment has dropped at four times that rate. The federal Pell Grant is awarded to low-income students.
Fewer Pell Grant recipients enrolled in private nonprofit colleges this fall. The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities surveyed 292 private nonprofit colleges on their enrollment. Over all, it's dropped about 2 percent compared to the fall of 2019. But Pell Grant recipient enrollment has dropped at four times that rate. The federal Pell Grant is awarded to low-income students.

October 16, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Avoiding Postelection Student Unrest - Opinion Piece

Avoiding Postelection Student Unrest - Opinion Piece

October 16, 2020

Debra Mashek writes: American college campuses experienced an unexpected jolt -- unrest, even -- in the wake of the 2016 election. Heading into Election Day, Hillary Clinton was the presumptive winner; after all, the polls told us she would win. Yet, as East Coast returns started rolling in, it became clear that Donald Trump was soon to become our commander in chief.
Debra Mashek writes: American college campuses experienced an unexpected jolt -- unrest, even -- in the wake of the 2016 election. Heading into Election Day, Hillary Clinton was the presumptive winner; after all, the polls told us she would win. Yet, as East Coast returns started rolling in, it became clear that Donald Trump was soon to become our commander in chief.

October 16, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

3 Ways to Support Black Students This Fall - Opinion Piece

3 Ways to Support Black Students This Fall - Opinion Piece

October 16, 2020

Shaylen Hardy writes: If you think your Black college students and graduates experience less racism than others, think again. According to a Pew Research report last year, Black people with college experience are more likely to say they have faced discrimination. Half of African Americans with at least some college experience also say they have feared for their personal safety because of their race. That share drops to about a third (34 percent) among those with less education.
Shaylen Hardy writes: If you think your Black college students and graduates experience less racism than others, think again. According to a Pew Research report last year, Black people with college experience are more likely to say they have faced discrimination. Half of African Americans with at least some college experience also say they have feared for their personal safety because of their race. That share drops to about a third (34 percent) among those with less education.

October 16, 2020

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