Today's Clips (9/23/22)
At these schools, students in financial need can take advantage of loan-free policies.

“It’s no secret that theaters are struggling, especially after COVID.”


The leaders of the sprawling University of California educational system are considering whether they should halt the move by U.C.L.A.

College football careers are being stretched from four or five years to as many as eight; ‘I’ve been here since it feels like 1920’

Police said that a University of Utah student threatened to detonate a nuclear reactor if the school's football team failed to win a game last Saturday.

I am the Columbia math professor who wrote the article that first exposed the unviersity's misrepresentation, and I would be the first to admit that what I did was both unusual and unpleasant, writes Michael Thaddeus.

A report commissioned by vice-chancellor, Prof Stephen Toope, prompts a raft of recommendations.


The creator of a new podcast discusses the barriers the Ivy League erected to limit the number of Jewish students in the 1920s, and how the quota system has evolved since.

The suit, which is seeking class-action status, says Florida shortchanged the historically Black college by $1.3 billion over 33 years.

A new study found that faculty hiring at doctoral institutions is steeped in prestige, and so excludes many scholars and ideas.

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