David Longanecker, set to retire as president of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, says colleges must become more “friendly” to low-income and first-generation students.
The protesters who made race on campus a nationwide issue certainly intend to keep up the pressure. They’re recruiting a new generation of leaders, placing students on campus committees, and boning up on administrative bureaucracy.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee hasn’t released a plan, but he has commented on student loans, international students, and more.
The college, which opposes the effort, says it will bargain in good faith with the contingent faculty members once the National Labor Relations Board has certified the results of the unionization vote.
Video of the incident shows two protesters taking the stage where a Breitbart contributor was being interviewed and refusing to leave.
Santa J. Ono explains his decision to openly discuss his past battles with mental illness, including two separate occasions in which he sought to take his own life.
The universities aren’t aggressively recruiting in faraway states, but they are reaching beyond traditional boundaries and trying other strategies to hit enrollment goals.
The groups are seeking to end the colleges' consideration of race in admissions, curtail their use of subjective admissions criteria, and disclose the qualifications of their applicant pools.
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