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- What the Fight Between a Horse and a Cow Reveals About How Students See Their UniversityBy Sahalie Donaldson A student-led campaign to change the mascot at the University of California at Davis aims to embrace its agricultural roots.
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- Can $1.5 Billion Help Diversify the Sciences?By Francie Diep The investment from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute aims to support 150 scientists in building diverse and welcoming labs over the next 20 years.
- Drop in Spring-2022 Enrollment Is Worse Than ExpectedBy Audrey Williams JuneSince the pandemic began, the number of college undergraduates has declined by almost 1.4 million students.
- A Rural Student Sought a Faraway College. Then Came a Frustrating Setback.By Eric Hoover She won two big scholarships that promised to further her dreams. Then they were yanked away.