With colleges and universities scrambling to find sources of revenue, administrators have turned to enrolling Chinese or Middle Eastern nationals and illegal immigrants in their institutions. A recent study found that about two-percent of all…
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
Nevada’s former governor resigned from MGM to pursue the University of Nevada-Reno’s university presidency position.
The New York Times singled out and criticized Liberty University for re-opening its campus during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Striking graduate student workers forced the University of California-Santa Cruz to close classes for at least a day.
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The University of California-Santa Cruz fired some of its graduate students after they refused to post grades, which was a part of a labor strike to receive higher cost-of-living adjustments in their stipends.
A Georgetown University official told the student newspaper that she felt illegal immigrants students are “freedom fighters.”