The Common Application is redefining its mission. CollegeNet Inc. is planning for a new shared application that selective colleges will use.
The group convened a panel of experts to discuss how some of the looming challenges for intercollegiate athletics could be resolved.
As Asian-Americans debate affirmative action, a scholar says a reputation for diligence secures some favorable treatment in high school while obscuring others' struggles.
Consumer groups push for blanket relief, but the agency, wary of setting a potentially costly precedent, leans toward an individualized process.
Teresa Sullivan battles continuing crises and perceptions of a vague agenda.
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Some leaders draw hefty compensation while their states suffer from huge shortfalls.
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