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    Michigan State agrees to let Richard Spencer give a speech on campus
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Michigan State agrees to let Richard Spencer give a speech on campus
    Michigan State University will allow white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak on campus in March, after settling a lawsuit brought by a supporter. “This is a resounding First Amendment victory for people of the right-wing or alternative-right political persuasion,” Kyle Bristow, the attorney who brought the case against the school, said Thursday. “It stabs at […]

    Georgetown advisory-board member resigns after #MeToo tweet to conservative commentator
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Georgetown advisory-board member resigns after #MeToo tweet to conservative commentator
    A member of a Georgetown University advisory board stepped down this week after a controversial Twitter exchange with a conservative female commentator that followed her social media post on the #MeToo movement. Jeff Bernstein, who sat on Georgetown’s Master of Science in Foreign Service advisory board, tweeted at conservative commentator Allie Stuckey on Saturday, according to screen images Stuckey posted. […]

    She recorded herself making racial slurs on MLK Day. Her college expelled her.
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    She recorded herself making racial slurs on MLK Day. Her college expelled her.
    A college student who posted a video of her racist ranting to social media on Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been expelled from the University of Alabama, school officials said Wednesday. Harley Barber, a 19-year-old freshman from Marlton, N.J., recently posted two videos to her “fake” Instagram — the secret, secondary account many teenagers use […]

    ‘Make it right’: Descendants of slaves demand restitution from Georgetown
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    ‘Make it right’: Descendants of slaves demand restitution from Georgetown
    One-hundred-and-eighty years after Jesuit priests sold slaves to save Georgetown University from financial ruin, a group of descendants is calling for restitution. The university’s president has apologized for the sale, and the school has taken steps to make amends. But Georgetown owes its existence to the money made from the sale of 272 enslaved people, argues Georgia Goslee, […]

    Taxing George Washington’s legacy — like chopping down the cherry tree
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Taxing George Washington’s legacy — like chopping down the cherry tree
    In 1796, George Washington made a gift valued at $20,000 to a struggling classical school called Liberty Hall Academy. The donation, which formed the largest component of Liberty Hall’s meager endowment, not only permitted the school to keep its doors open but also promised a permanent revenue stream that would benefit generations of students. In […]

    ‘In my heart it is home’: UC-Berkeley student detained by Border Patrol
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    ‘In my heart it is home’: UC-Berkeley student detained by Border Patrol
    They just missed the turn. Luis Mora, a 20-year-old student at the University of California at Berkeley, and his girlfriend were driving home from a birthday party near San Diego on their recent winter break. It was dark, and they didn’t know the road. Just past the turn toward home, they realized they were lost, and […]

    These 31 colleges — including Yale — are now using a fast and easy financial aid calculator
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    These 31 colleges — including Yale — are now using a fast and easy financial aid calculator
    When his two sons were growing up, a college professor named Phillip Levine found himself 10 years ago asking a question on the minds of parents perennially worried about the price of higher education: Would they qualify for financial aid? Levine, a Wellesley College economist, was frustrated to learn there were no easy answers beyond […]

    ‘The teacher takes on much more than just teaching’ — which is why the House overhaul of higher ed must be resisted
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Think of a teacher who helped make you the person you are today. Everyone has at least one or two who spring to mind. One reason our teachers are so memorable is that growing up, we spend so much of our time in school, being taught by professionals dedicated to improving our lives and the […]

    ‘#WeNeedYourLight’: Academia reaches out to Haiti, Africa, Central America after Trump remarks
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    ‘#WeNeedYourLight’: Academia reaches out to Haiti, Africa, Central America after Trump remarks
    On Friday, the College Board had a message for students from Africa, Haiti and Central America: Please come to the United States to further your education. On Thursday, President Trump, in discussing the fate of certain immigrants, made a reference to “shithole countries,” suggesting the United States should instead bring in more people from places such as […]

    Education Dept. awards debt-collection contract to company with ties to DeVos
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Education Dept. awards debt-collection contract to company with ties to DeVos
    A company that once had financial ties to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was one of two firms selected Thursday by the Education Department to help the agency collect overdue student loans. The deal could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The decision to award contracts to Windham Professionals and Performant Financial Corp. — a […]

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