Higher Education
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Judge upholds ‘race-conscious’ Harvard admissions

by Harvest Prude
Posted 10/02/19, 12:14 pm

A federal judge on Tuesday ruled against a group of college applicants who claimed Harvard University unfairly rejected them to keep its Asian American student population artificially low. The group that brought the suit, Students for Fair Admissions, said it plans to appeal.

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Tennessee’s humblest fan now its most famous

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 9/09/19, 12:34 pm

The University of Tennessee showered an elementary school student in Altamonte Springs, Fla., with school swag after the story of his homemade spirit shirt went viral last week. The college even made his design into an official school T-shirt.

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Drowning in red

Higher Education | Historic Christian colleges like Nyack College are facing financial crises that are forcing big changes. Some haven’t survived
by Emily Belz
Posted 8/15/19, 04:46 pm

Nyack College, a Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA) school in the New York City area, received an independent audit in 2017 with an opinion any institution dreads: “substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern.”

The evangelical school with a 120-year history in New York was looking at looming insolvency, according to the audit, because of its tens of millions in debt and falling revenues.

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