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Saint Louis University Is Placing 2,300 Echo Dots in Student Living Spaces

Saint Louis University Is Placing 2,300 Echo Dots in Student Living...

August 20, 2018

Saint Louis University (MO) has announced that it will be placing Amazon Echo Dot devices, powered by Alexa for Business, in every student residence hall room or student apartment on campus. While other colleges, like Arizona State University, have put Echo Dots in student housing before, SLU says this is the first time a college will equip every student living space with an Amazon Alexa-enabled device.
Saint Louis University (MO) has announced that it will be placing Amazon Echo Dot devices, powered by Alexa for Business, in every student residence hall room or student apartment on campus. While other colleges, like Arizona State University, have put Echo Dots in student housing before, SLU says this is the first time a college will equip every student living space with an Amazon Alexa-enabled device.

August 20, 2018

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Battle Over Alleged Harassment Escalates as Former Graduate Student Sues Professor and NYU

Battle Over Alleged Harassment Escalates as Former Graduate Student...

August 17, 2018

A former graduate student at New York University filed a lawsuit on Thursday against the university and his former adviser, Avital Ronell, alleging that the professor of German and comparative literature had "created a fictitious romantic relationship" between them and had "asserted complete domination and control over his life."
A former graduate student at New York University filed a lawsuit on Thursday against the university and his former adviser, Avital Ronell, alleging that the professor of German and comparative literature had "created a fictitious romantic relationship" between them and had "asserted complete domination and control over his life."

August 17, 2018

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The Sentinel, PA

Dickinson College Takes New Approach to Dormitories

Dickinson College Takes New Approach to Dormitories

August 17, 2018

Dickinson College officially opened its first completely new dorm since 1972 on Friday, and as one might expect, designs have changed a bit since Richard Nixon was in office.
Dickinson College officially opened its first completely new dorm since 1972 on Friday, and as one might expect, designs have changed a bit since Richard Nixon was in office.

August 17, 2018

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Inside Higher Ed

Cuts to Liberal Arts at Goucher

Cuts to Liberal Arts at Goucher

August 17, 2018

College says it's eliminating programs such as math, physics and religion, in attempt to keep costs down.
College says it's eliminating programs such as math, physics and religion, in attempt to keep costs down.

August 17, 2018

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The Boston Globe

College of St. Joseph in Vermont Is Put on Probation Because of Financial Woes

College of St. Joseph in Vermont Is Put on Probation Because of Fin...

August 16, 2018

The College of St. Joseph, a small liberal arts school in Rutland, Vt., that has considered closure because of financial difficulties, has been placed on probation by regional accreditors, the accrediting agency announced Wednesday. The school is just one of many small, private colleges in New England struggling to meet costs as tuition dollars remain a shrinking source of revenue and enrollment declines.
The College of St. Joseph, a small liberal arts school in Rutland, Vt., that has considered closure because of financial difficulties, has been placed on probation by regional accreditors, the accrediting agency announced Wednesday. The school is just one of many small, private colleges in New England struggling to meet costs as tuition dollars remain a shrinking source of revenue and enrollment declines.

August 16, 2018

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