- At Kansas, Another Confrontational Protest Against Greek LifeBy Kate Hidalgo Bellows The situation echoes protests last month outside a fraternity at another flagship in the Midwest, the University of Nebraska.
- 3 Things New Federal Data Reveal About How Colleges Fared During the PandemicBy Audrey Williams June and Brian O’LearyThe data underscore what has trickled out about institutions over the last 18 months: indicators of plummeting enrollment with warning signs for equity, fears of colleges’ faltering finances, and signs of their shrinking academic work forces.
- Days After Biden's Vaccination Order, Most Colleges Are Still in the DarkBy Sarah Brown But the mandates could make it easier for higher-ed leaders to do something they already wanted to do.
- 'Morale Is in the Ditch’: Distressed by Light Covid Precautions, Georgia Faculty Members Take ActionBy Emma Pettit Professors in the University System of Georgia are protesting their colleges' handling of Covid. Some have openly defied campus policies.
- Colleges Still Obsess Over National Rankings. For Proof, Look at Their Strategic Plans.By Francie Diep and Nell Gluckman Roughly a quarter of the largest four-year public universities mention rankings in recent strategic plans.
- 'U.S. News' Keeps ACT and SAT Scores in the Mix — for NowBy Eric Hoover While it didn't remove test scores from its methodology, the publication made a subtle change that reflects how the landscape of college admissions is shifting.