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The Congresswoman Going After Elite Universities on Antisemitism

April 18th, 2024 by schoolbound

Representative Virginia Foxx is a blunt partisan. But her life in rural North Carolina informs her attacks against these schools, starting with whether Harvard is truly “elite.”

With States Banning DEI, Some Universities Find a Workaround

April 16th, 2024 by schoolbound

Welcome to the new “Office of Access and Engagement.” Schools are renaming departments and job titles to try to preserve diversity programs.

Harvard and Caltech Will Require Test Scores for Admission

April 16th, 2024 by schoolbound

The universities are the latest highly selective schools to end their policies that made submitting SAT or ACT scores optional.

Stanford’s New President Is Jonathan Levin, Dean of Business School

April 9th, 2024 by schoolbound

Dr. Levin faces the challenge of guiding the university through politically fraught times.

Science Teachers Are Having a Moment Thanks to the Solar Eclipse

April 8th, 2024 by schoolbound

Rick Crosslin, a science teacher in Indianapolis, paired up with school maintenance employees to build a giant model of the eclipse.

U.C. Berkeley Parents Hired Private Security to Patrol Near Campus

April 2nd, 2024 by schoolbound

The parents were worried about crime, but the university said that the move raised concerns about training and experience, and that security was better left to its own police force.

The Man Who Helped Redefine Campus Antisemitism

March 27th, 2024 by schoolbound

In government and as an outsider, Kenneth Marcus has tried to douse what he says is rising bias against Jews. Some see a crackdown on pro-Palestinian speech.

Birmingham-Southern College to Close After Failing to Secure State Loan

March 26th, 2024 by schoolbound

After decades of financial mismanagement, the nearly 170-year-old private liberal arts school is set to close at the end of May.

The SAT Is Now Fully Digital for the Remote-Learning Generation

March 13th, 2024 by schoolbound

The new format cuts nearly an hour out of the exam and has shorter reading passages.

U. of Texas at Austin Will Return to Standardized Test Requirement

March 12th, 2024 by schoolbound

The university said SAT and ACT scores help it place students in programs that fit them best.