- 'Little Things Like This': What MacKenzie Scott's Millions Have Meant to HBCUsBy Oyin Adedoyin Colleges have been able to make big changes with the billionaire's money — including through scholarships, employee benefits, and broader programming.
- A U.S. Program for Migrant Students Is Unusually Successful. Now the Pandemic Threatens It.By Kelly Field They get academic, social, emotional, and financial support and persist at rates typically seen only at highly selective institutions. But it's an uphill battle to recruit them right now.
- Virginia Attorney General Says Public Colleges May Not Require Student VaccinationsBy Kate Hidalgo Bellows The legal opinion is the latest move by the state's new Republican leaders to roll back Covid-19 protocols at public colleges.
- 'I Want to Believe’: At BYU, Opponents of Rules on Same-Sex Couples Welcome Federal ActionBy Sahalie Donaldson The federal government is investigating the religious institution's policies that LGBTQ students say discriminate against them.
- Rethinking the Act of Applying to CollegeA tedious process that puts the onus on students may need an overhaul.By Eric Hoover A tedious process that puts the onus on students may need an overhaul.
- AI Chatbots Pose Ethical Risks. Here's How One University Is Handling Those.By Taylor Swaak Diverse input and regular tune-ups keep UC-Irvine's "Peter the Anteater" functioning with efficiency and transparency.