Across the country, colleges and universities are electing to offer classes online rather than in person to avoid spreading the disease.
Morehouse College’s class of 2019 just got all of their student loans paid for by billionaire investor and philanthropist Robert F. Smith.
Sexual assault survivors are demanding compensation from the institutions they say enabled their attacks or mishandled their cases.
The oldest historically black women’s college in America has announced that they will begin admitting transgender women, and barring transgender men.
If institutions can have the rights of persons, should they not also be subject to the corresponding responsibilities?
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