In this week's roundup:

 Students and scholars advocate for race-conscious admissions policies, awareness of monkeypox is increasing, and an alternative to student loan forgiveness is proposed. 

This month’s roundup looks at the far-reaching effects one Supreme Court ruling could have on students at HBCUs, how big stars are boosting schools’ credit ratings, and the impact a widespread appeal of Black art is having on galleries at HBCUs across the country. 

In this week's roundup:

  Institutions are moving past the pandemic, more students of color are enrolled, and amicus briefs are filed in support of affirmative action. 

In today’s blog post, we’re highlighting three events that we expect to make headlines in August. 

In this week's roundup:

 Abortion laws can impact where students enroll, higher education employees are looking elsewhere for work, and monkeypox causes concern on campuses. 

In this week's roundup:

 The final round of federal COVID-19 relief arrives, abortion laws impact university health centers and some Title IX provisions are blocked temporarily. 

Today we're excited to higlight our associate, Felicity Boykin. Read on to learn 10 facts about the rising sophomore at Otterbein University.  

In this week's roundup:

medical training for abortion is in jeopardy, students may see increased access to voting, and academic conference locations are up for debate.

This month’s roundup looks at why more students are choosing to attend HBCU’s, how several new programs are giving talented students a solid foundation in fields with far too few professionals of color, and major wins for two football programs.


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