- Princeton Acknowledged 'Embedded' Racism. The Education Dept. Says That's Grounds for an Investigation.The department said an open letter by the university's president called the university’s nondiscrimination assurances — and its right to federal funds — into question.
- More Colleges Are Responding to Covid-19 Surges With 2-Week Quarantines. Do They Work?Though there are no guarantees, experts say, a 14-day pause in in-person activities, instead of immediately flipping online, can be a good idea.
- 'A Scene Out of Gladiator’: Big Ten Football Players Get Daily Coronavirus Tests, but Other Students Don'tFootball games will return next month to the conference, with regular tests of coaches and players. What about testing for their classmates?
- 3 Takeaways From the Appeal of the Harvard Admissions LawsuitHarvard and Students for Fair Admissions tussled in court on recent changes in the university's admissions process, and a panel of judges had a lot of questions for the plaintiffs.
- A Grad Strike, a Court Fight, a No-Confidence Vote: U. of Michigan Struggles Over Its Campus ReopeningFollowing weeks of upheaval, at best the university's president avoided faculty condemnation with an asterisk.
- The Rules of the GameHow the U.S. News rankings helped reshape one state’s public colleges.