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Princeton University is facing a U.S. Department of Education investigation as a result of addressing systemic racism, COVID-19 continues to affect college finances and enrollment, and COVID-19 dashboards might be failing to provide true transparency. 

 

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The U.S. News College and University Rankings were released, the Big Ten will play football this year after all and experts claim that campus reopenings have actually been successful.

 

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Colleges and universities navigate privacy laws while reporting positive COVID-19 cases, institutions’ external community relationships prove difficult to manage during the pandemic and a new research paper shows that reducing the weight of standardized test scores when considering college applicants tends to improve the diversity of an incoming class.

 

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The American College Health Association released guidance for protecting vulnerable campus populations during the pandemic, NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo released guidance to NY higher education institutions for determining when to shift from in-person to remote, and more than 600 scholars have committed to a #ScholarStrike against police violence in America.  

 

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Colleges and universities threaten to send students home amid rising case counts, signs point to growing anxiety and depression among students during the pandemic, and the University of Pittsburgh requires a new course for first-year students on anti-Black racism. 

 

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Sean Rossall, RW Jones’s CEO and managing partner, was quoted in a Hechinger Report article about colleges’ and universities’ quick walk backs on fall plans after bringing students back to campus.  

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Multiple colleges and universities moved classes to remote instruction following attempts at an in-person format, new Title IX rules took effect on August 14 and the Justice Department concluded a two-year investigation finding Yale University guilty of discrimination in admissions policies.  

 

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The Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed their fall football seasons, California released guidance for higher education on how to return to campus in the fall and students are quitting sororities and fraternities in response to inaction on social justice. 

 

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Some students are returning to campus even as colleges plan for possible re-closures, how universities are handling tuition this fall and the University of Arizona inks a deal for rapid online expansion. 

 

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