Pennsylvania Governor Proposes to Overhaul the State University System

Gov. Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania, who has complained that his state’s higher education “isn’t working,” proposed on Friday a sweeping overhaul of the state’s sprawling system that would reduce tuition…

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Donovan Dent leading the way for the University of New Mexico’s surging basketball team – Press Enterprise

A commercial advertisement for the University of New Mexico was shown during a break in the school’s nationally televised Mountain West Conference basketball home game against San Diego State. After…

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Wisconsin University Chancellor Fired Over Pornographic Videos With His Wife

The chancellor of a state university in Wisconsin was fired this week after posting pornographic videos with his wife online. The University of Wisconsin System’s Board of Regents unanimously decided…

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Questioning University Presidents on Antisemitism, Stefanik Goes Viral

Representative Elise Stefanik, Republican of New York, arrived at a congressional hearing about antisemitism on college campuses ready for battle. With the presidents of three prestigious universities to be seated…

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Will courts force anti-hate action by ineffective university officials? – Orange County Register

Federal courts are now being asked to step in and order prevention of bigotry and open hatred on California college campuses because leading university officials have failed to stop frequent…

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University of Redlands’ Feast of Lights to be presented Dec. 1-3 – Press Enterprise

The University of Redlands’ annual Feast of Lights, a worship service celebrating the Christmas story in music, spoken word and tableaux, will be presented Dec. 1-3 in the university’s Memorial…

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North University Coach Admits to Scheme to Steal Nude Photos from Female Athletes, Students

A former Northeastern University track-and-field coach pleaded guilty on Tuesday in Boston federal court to charges of wire fraud, cyberstalking and computer fraud related to a scheme to steal nude…

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Former San Jose State University Director of Sports Medicine Pleads Guilty to Groping Female Students

The former director of sports medicine at San Jose State University was sentenced to two years in prison for groping female student-athletes who were seeking medical care, reports Phil Helsel…

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Former Hong Kong University Student Leaders Jailed for Supporting Attack on Police

Four former student leaders from the University of Hong Kong were sentenced to two years in prison on Monday for inciting people to wound others through their praise of a…

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Three Syracuse Law S.J.D. Candidates Present at the Washington University School of Law J.S.D. Symposium

Three College of Law S.J.D. candidates presented their theses to peer S.J.D. students from law schools from around the country. The “J.S.D. Symposium: The Next Generation of Scholarship” was hosted…

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Donors Call for University of Pennsylvania Leaders to Resign After Hamas Attacks

Since the Hamas attack in Israel, prominent Jewish alumni have increased pressure on university officials to speak out on the war. Tempers have been particularly high at the University of…

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Professor Kat Macfarlane Named Director of the Syracuse University College of Law Disability Law and Policy Program with Founder Professor Arlene Kanter Retiring after the 2023-24 Academic Year

Noted disability rights scholar Professor Kat Macfarlane is the new Director of the Syracuse University College of Law’s groundbreaking Disability Law and Policy Program (DLPP). Macfarlane comes to the College…

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University of Redlands football team falls to Pomona-Pitzer in low-scoring affair – Press Enterprise

REDLANDS — Special teams mistakes cost the University of Redlands football team over and over again on Saturday night. Three missed field goals were the difference as the Bulldogs lost…

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California Baptist University and UC Riverside men’s soccer teams play to draw – Press Enterprise

RIVERSIDE — Leo Mendez made an impact in what could be his final “Crosstown Showdown.” Mendez scored in the 80th minute as the California Baptist University and UC Riverside men’s…

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Temple University Acting President Joanne Epps Dies

JoAnne A. Epps, the acting president of Temple University in Philadelphia whose tenure came at a turbulent time for the school, died on Tuesday after becoming ill onstage at a…

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University Did Not Need to Reimburse Professor for Expenses Related to Pandemic

​Takeaway: A state university was not required to reimburse a professor who incurred expenses for a computer and other equipment when he was forced to work remotely due to the…

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Hong Kong court sentences university student to 6 months prison over Pillar of Shame banner – JURIST

A Hong Kong court found on Tuesday a Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) student guilty of attempting to commit sedition by obtaining a banner of The Pillar of Shame,…

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New CSUF president will lead the university through a social-justice lens – Orange County Register

As Cal State Fullerton’s newly appointed president, Sylvia Alva embraces the university’s commitment, and the commitment of the CSU system overall, to cultivate an environment of diversity and inclusion and…

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Syracuse University College of Law’s Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic Receives U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs “Legal Services for Homeless Veterans and Veterans-At-Risk for Homelessness Grant”

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has awarded a “Legal Services for Homeless Veterans and Veterans-At-Risk for Homelessness Grant” to the Syracuse University College of Law’s Betty and Michael…

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