Why some California public universities are not making it better known that they now provide free medication abortion pills to students.
An Albuquerque, N.M., middle school is using opera to teach students about issues like immigration and climate change.
University of Mississippi students meet members of the school's Black Student Union who were jailed in 1970 for protesting token integration, comparing their demands back then to campus life today.
A new website called Proyecto Mariposa aims to be an online hub for Winston-Salem’s Hispanic community. Also known as the Butterfly Project, the site launched on February 1. It consolidates news, calendar events, job offerings and other resources into a one-stop hub for the region’s Latino community.
Two Howard University students have formed the first figure skating team at an HBCU. The team makes its competition debut this weekend.
Education funding litigation that originated 30 years ago has returned to North Carolina’s highest court. The state Supreme Court held oral arguments but didn't immediately rule again Thursday in the case barely a year after it ruled on whether a trial judge could move taxpayer money to address schooling inequities statewide without the express approval of legislators.
The U.S. Department of Education announced it's erasing $1.2 billion in federal student loans. At the same time, the department is struggled to implement a new application for federal student aid.
"It's moral hazard if you're only doing debt relief, but I believe we're balancing it out with accountability on colleges," says Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.
University of Vermont students are providing hands-on help to rural towns in the state. It's part of a trend to help build bridges between higher education and rural communities.