September 19, 2018
On Twitter, Students Want to Know: How Many Retweets for a Full-Ride Scholarship? – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Among other things, Layton Newberry had chicken nuggets on his mind this month when he posed a simple question to the University of Arizona’s Twitter account: […]
September 19, 2018
Why Ontario universities shouldn’t rely on international students | TVO.org
Last week, in response to a diplomatic dispute over human rights, Saudi Arabia suddenly ordered all Saudi students to leave Canada — a move that will […]
September 19, 2018
Goucher College says it’s eliminating liberal arts programs such as math, physics and religion, in attempt to keep costs down
Goucher College is the latest institution to announce a series of program cuts following an academic prioritization process. Majors and minors in math, music, physics, religion, […]
August 7, 2018
Saudi Arabia to withdraw students from Canada
Saudi Arabian students in Canada are caught in diplomatic crossfire. Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Education is making plans to transfer students out of Canada to institutions […]
August 7, 2018
Saudi Arabia’s bold move has nothing to do with Canada – The Globe and Mail
Bessma Momani is Professor at the University of Waterloo and Balsillie School of International Affairs. She’s a senior fellow at Centre for International Governance and Innovation […]
August 6, 2018
Former Marquette football players enjoy reunion
Jeff Messerknecht remembers exactly where he was when he heard that Marquette University was dropping football. The tackle was one of the best players on a […]
August 4, 2018
What Happens When a College Flip-Flops on Using Race in Admissions? – The Chronicle of Higher Education
This week, after a hiatus of about two years, the College of Charleston began to once again practice race-conscious admissions policies. The Charleston Post and Courier […]
August 4, 2018
International students are falling prey to dodgy landlords, union warns – DutchNews.nl
Dutch students union Lsvb has again sounded the alarm about the way foreign students are being taken advantage of by unscrupulous landlords. ‘They are being exploited […]
August 4, 2018
Despite downsizing on a few campuses, college equestrian programs riding high
Last month Randolph College broke the bad news to students: its longstanding equestrian program was headed for the proverbial pasture. The program had met its enrollment […]
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