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 mental health resources are in the spotlight, students protest a university hiring policy, and financial aid offices are struggling to hire. 

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fewer Black and Latinx students are choosing to attend college, rising tuition is linked to inflation, and more students are pursuing their MBA online. 

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COVID-19 forces students to move out early, student loan interest rates will soon be on the rise, and in-person graduations celebrate the classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022. 

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student loan relief could be on the way, transfer enrollment has declined and affirmative action may be at risk. 

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Native American students in California have their tuition waived, the Second Chance Pell program expands and Harvard University addresses its legacy of slavery. 

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Howard University‚Äôs spike in COVID cases prompts a pivot online,  interest in three-year degrees is growing, and emotional stress takes a heavy toll on students.

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rising COVID-19 cases lead to reinstated mask mandates, students push back on the end of hybrid learning and international applications are on the rise. 

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the federal student loan repayment pause has been extended again, a community college deals with fake applications and higher education funding has taken a hit. 

In this week's roundup:

use of the Common App is on the rise, the Pell Grant could see an increase, and the student affairs profession faces a retention issue. 

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