The University of Alaska system is at a crucial crossroads, thanks to proposed budget cuts by the Republican governor.
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A new study at the University of Washington will study the effects of marijuana use of expectant mothers on their unborn children, which raises questions on whether this is the right research to conduct on human beings.
Student protests continue to go on at Portland State University, pushing for the disarming of its campus police a year after campus police officers shot and killed a black male, who was reaching for a gun that had dropped to the ground during a dispute with others.
A retired University of Washington professor wrote a letter to the editor on climate change and said that having “one less child” would be good for Mother Earth.
Bernie Sanders’ student debt forgiveness proposal is similar to fellow 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s, but both misunderstand why student loan debt exists in the first place.
The student-run newspaper at Oberlin College recently criticized the jury decision to fine Oberlin College tens of millions of dollars in a lawsuit, siding with college administrators without presenting additional evidence.
The University of Louisiana-Lafayette recently updated its free speech policy after questions were raised about the previous policy and its allegedly vague wording.
Virginia State University’s policy forbids student organizations from violating “public morals,” which is not defined in their handbook.
Multiple Advanced Placement history tests will not be administered in mainland China by 2020 because the Communist Party is clamping down on material that goes counter to party propaganda.
A small liberal arts college in Nebraska punished a librarian for a picture display that included a blackface image from 1926. Even after removing the offensive image, the administration suspended the librarian, which faculty members took issue with.