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Southwest Baptist Drops Effort to Amend Governance Document

Southwest Baptist Drops Effort to Amend Governance Document

August 31, 2021

Southwest Baptist University in Missouri has dropped its efforts to amend a governance document to name the Missouri Baptist Convention the sole corporate member of the university, a move meant to shore up the convention’s control over the institution.
Southwest Baptist University in Missouri has dropped its efforts to amend a governance document to name the Missouri Baptist Convention the sole corporate member of the university, a move meant to shore up the convention’s control over the institution.

August 31, 2021

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Yale and National U. of Singapore Announce End of Prominent Joint Liberal-Arts College

Yale and National U. of Singapore Announce End of Prominent Joint L...

August 31, 2021

Yale University and the National University of Singapore will end their pathbreaking joint college, an effort to reimagine the liberal arts in an Asian and global context, the universities announced late Thursday.
Yale University and the National University of Singapore will end their pathbreaking joint college, an effort to reimagine the liberal arts in an Asian and global context, the universities announced late Thursday.

August 31, 2021

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Sun Journal, ME

A Bates College Senior From Kabul Helps Save Her Family From The Taliban

A Bates College Senior From Kabul Helps Save Her Family From The Ta...

August 31, 2021

With nudges from the congressional offices of U.S. Rep. Jared Golden and U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, both from Maine, the U.S. State Department issued visas to the family, but their scheduled flights to Pakistan never took off.
With nudges from the congressional offices of U.S. Rep. Jared Golden and U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, both from Maine, the U.S. State Department issued visas to the family, but their scheduled flights to Pakistan never took off.

August 31, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Women’s Colleges Work to Stand Out

Women’s Colleges Work to Stand Out

August 31, 2021

As the market for women’s colleges shrinks, some institutions have found a niche. But the strategy hasn’t worked for everyone.

As the market for women’s colleges shrinks, some institutions have found a niche. But the strategy hasn’t worked for everyone.

August 31, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Stanford President Condemns Student’s Racist Posts

Stanford President Condemns Student’s Racist Posts

August 31, 2021

Stanford University president Marc Tessier-Lavigne said in an email to students that the university is actively working to ensure the safety of the community following a series of racist social media posts made by a student over the weekend.
Stanford University president Marc Tessier-Lavigne said in an email to students that the university is actively working to ensure the safety of the community following a series of racist social media posts made by a student over the weekend.

August 31, 2021

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