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Ohio has a new law that toughens penalties for those convicted of hazing on state college campuses. Now the public colleges themselves are taking action to prevent hazing. The Interuniversity Council, which represents Ohio’s public universities, has what it says is a zero-tolerance approach to hazing. It includes, among other things, the automatic dismissal of …

During the uncertainty of the pandemic, a large number of students opted for a gap year. This sent a wave of ripples through higher education institutions, and colleges have now devised new methods to bounce back from an unusual year. Including all of its institutions, the New Hampshire university system has said the pandemic has …

Idaho’s eight public colleges and universities are using a new platform to make it easier for students to browse online courses shared between institutions. The selection of the new platform, announced on July 8, is the latest step in the public education system’s Online Idaho initiative, a multi-year plan to better manage resources and offerings …

By Emily Forschen, CalMatters Audin Leung, senior at the University of California at Davis, has spent her entire college career championing a new concept: free vintage products on every campus. “People are surprised, or they think it’s a radical idea, but it’s not a very radical idea because it’s a basic need,” Leung said. Leung …

When the California Accreditation Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) released the results of its six-year assessment of City College San Francisco in 2012, it found the school so deficient in management that ‘she imposed a series of sanctions that, if ignored, would shut down the college or reduce it to its shadow. The …