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WREX.com, SC

Quincy University Picks President From College of Charleston

Quincy University Picks President From College of Charleston

December 12, 2018

Quincy introduced Brian McGee as the private liberal arts college’s new leader on Monday, saying he will replace Phil Conover in July when Conover retires after two years as president. McGee is currently provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the College of Charleston and previously was School of Communication chairman at Spalding University in Kentucky.
Quincy introduced Brian McGee as the private liberal arts college’s new leader on Monday, saying he will replace Phil Conover in July when Conover retires after two years as president. McGee is currently provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the College of Charleston and previously was School of Communication chairman at Spalding University in Kentucky.

December 12, 2018

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The Guardian, UK

'Blatant Scare Tactics': Iowa College Leads Crackdown on Student Unions

'Blatant Scare Tactics': Iowa College Leads Crackdown on Student Un...

December 12, 2018

A liberal arts college in Iowa is taking a hardline anti-union approach that could put student unions at private American colleges and universities in jeopardy across the whole country.
A liberal arts college in Iowa is taking a hardline anti-union approach that could put student unions at private American colleges and universities in jeopardy across the whole country.

December 12, 2018

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Inside Higher Ed

NYU Students End 6-Day Building Occupation

NYU Students End 6-Day Building Occupation

December 11, 2018

A group of student advocates ended their six-day occupation of the Kimmel Center for Student Life at New York University after the university, according to the students, agreed to investigate the feasibility of self-operated dining services. The students -- led by the Incarceration to Education Coalition, a student group that advocates to make NYU more inclusive for formerly incarcerated people -- requested that the university cut ties with the dining services company Aramark, which currently runs NYU’s dining halls. Aramark also coordinates dining services for private prisons.
A group of student advocates ended their six-day occupation of the Kimmel Center for Student Life at New York University after the university, according to the students, agreed to investigate the feasibility of self-operated dining services. The students -- led by the Incarceration to Education Coalition, a student group that advocates to make NYU more inclusive for formerly incarcerated people -- requested that the university cut ties with the dining services company Aramark, which currently runs NYU’s dining halls. Aramark also coordinates dining services for private prisons.

December 11, 2018

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Iowa Public Radio, Des Moines, IA

Grinnell Files Federal Appeal Over Vote to Expand Students' Union

Grinnell Files Federal Appeal Over Vote to Expand Students' Union

December 11, 2018

An Iowa liberal arts college is challenging a vote by student workers to expand their union. The appeal puts Grinnell College and its student dining workers’ union in the thick of a national labor law debate. Grinnell College is asking national regulators to void an expansion vote by the campus’ Union of Grinnell Student Dining Workers. Administrators had indicated they’d appeal to the National Labor Relations Board after union members voted overwhelmingly to add all student workers to their rolls.
An Iowa liberal arts college is challenging a vote by student workers to expand their union. The appeal puts Grinnell College and its student dining workers’ union in the thick of a national labor law debate. Grinnell College is asking national regulators to void an expansion vote by the campus’ Union of Grinnell Student Dining Workers. Administrators had indicated they’d appeal to the National Labor Relations Board after union members voted overwhelmingly to add all student workers to their rolls.

December 11, 2018

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The Daily Dispatch, Oneida, NY

New Study Finds Hamilton College Made Big Economic Impact on Mohawk Valley

New Study Finds Hamilton College Made Big Economic Impact on Mohawk...

December 11, 2018

A new economic impact study commissioned by the Albany-based Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) for its members found that Hamilton College’s (NY) estimated economic impact in the Mohawk Valley for 2016-17 totaled $322 million, nearly half of the total $683 million that all private non-profit colleges in the Mohawk Valley contributed.
A new economic impact study commissioned by the Albany-based Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) for its members found that Hamilton College’s (NY) estimated economic impact in the Mohawk Valley for 2016-17 totaled $322 million, nearly half of the total $683 million that all private non-profit colleges in the Mohawk Valley contributed.

December 11, 2018

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