In this week's roundup:

Institutions are cutting ties with Russia, transgender athletes face another obstacle, and the pause on student loan repayment could be extended once again.  

In this week's roundup:

Institutions show solidarity with Ukraine, land acknowledgments stir up controversy, and fewer entrance exam requirements led to an increase in applications. 

In this week's roundup:

tenure for professors teaching critical race theory is threatened, donations have reached a new high and students have mostly positive perceptions of remote learning. 

In this week's roundup:

masks may be coming off soon at some institutions, diversity is on the rise among college presidents, and UC Berkeley may have to slash their enrollment. 

In this week's roundup:

tuition is expected to rise, completing the FAFSA has turned into a competition, and more transparency is required from institutions.

In this week's roundup:

student mental health is a growing concern, standardized entrance test requirements fall out of favor, and some students may receive monthly stipends. 

In this week's roundup:

the University of Michigan has fired its president, $1.85 billion in student loans has been canceled and more institutions distribute K95 masks.

In this week's roundup:

students are returning to the classroom at most colleges and universities, higher-grade masks are required on some campuses and fewer high school graduates enrolled in college last fall. 

In this week's roundup:

the omicron variant has changed some colleges’ plans this semester, the pause on student loans has been extended again, and more college presidents are resigning. 

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