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Faculty approves three-year Winter Session pilot

The University will begin implementing plans for a three-year Winter Session trial, with the goal of a January 2017 launch, following a unanimous vote for the initiative at a faculty meeting Tuesday. It is likely that between seven and nine courses will be offered the first year, said Dean of the College ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Nov. 11, 2015

Missouri protests spark president’s resignation Following months of student and faculty protests that reached a peak in the last week, the University of Missouri saw the resignation of President Timothy Wolfe and a promise from Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin to step down to a research position at the ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Oct. 29, 2015

U. of Mississippi takes down state flag The University of Mississippi removed the Mississippi state flag from campus grounds Monday, following student and faculty protests against a symbol that features the Confederate flag, NPR reported. The University of Mississippi is steeped in Confederate tradition, ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Oct. 21, 2015

California passes ban on concealed-carry firearms on campuses California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into effect a law banning concealed-carry firearms at state schools and higher education institutions into effect Oct. 10. Senate Bill 707, the bill’s official title, passed through the legislature at ...

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Students of color condemn Herald, racist columns

Black student leaders and a collective of Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander students released statements Wednesday and Thursday, respectively, about The Herald’s publication of two racist opinions columns earlier this week. In the statements, the two groups expressed their solidarity with ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Sept. 23, 2015

Art installation’s ‘White Only’ and ‘Black Only’ signs ignite debate at SUNY Buffalo Graduate student Ashley Powell hung “White Only” and “Black Only” signs around bathrooms at the State University of New York at Buffalo Sept. 16, in what she later called an art piece intended to “expose ...

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This week in higher ed: Sept. 16, 2015

Baruch students face murder charges for hazing death Five students from Manhattan’s Baruch College will face murder charges for the December 2013 death of Chun Hsein Deng, almost two years after a hazing incident for the fraternity Pi Delta Psi led to Deng’s fatal head injury, the New York Times ...

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Malala doc takes human look at girl behind a movement

“It is better to live like a lion for one day than to live like a slave for 1,000 years,” Malala Yousafzai says over the beautiful opening sequence of, “He Named Me Malala.” The quote comes from Malalai, her namesake and a girl who led Afghani forces over the British Empire in 1880. This name ...

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