Thankfully, you don't need fancy dining halls or a college degree to have a good life or get a good job.
The injunction is the latest in a series of setbacks for the Biden administration's loan forgiveness agenda.
UVA Dean of Students 'Purposefully Tampered' With Investigations Into Student's Speech, Lawsuit Claims
UVA found "insufficient evidence" to conclude that Morgan Bettinger called protesters "good speed bumps." They punished her anyway.
Biden's new income-driven repayment plan is estimated to cost taxpayers $360 billion over the next decade.
The plan's supporters say it won't push costs onto taxpayers.
Texas A&M placed a professor on paid leave for criticizing Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick in a lecture on the opioid crisis.
It's time to retire the idea that getting rid of standardized tests increases equality.
Blame university administrators.
The country's favorite blue-collar champion calls attention to the 'skills gap' and asks why young men spend so much time online.
The spate of forgiveness reconciles administrative errors when carrying out changes to income-driven repayment plans.
Political appointees should have no role in faculty hiring decisions.
Biden plans to slash minimum monthly payments to just 5 percent of borrowers' income.
Teachers are citing West Virginia v. Barnette to protect their right not to be compelled to say something they disagree with.
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Biden's proposed income-driven repayment plan could still cost taxpayers billions. And it will likely raise tuition too.
They probably aren't illegal under current law. But they are nonetheless wrong for many of the same reasons as racial preferences.
A preliminary assessment of today's decisions. The majority rightly struck a blow against the use of racial preferences for purposes of advancing "diversity" in education. But there are some flaws in its reasoning.
There is no reason for public universities to grant preferential treatment to the scions of their alumni.
Supreme Court on Affirmative Action: 'Eliminating Racial Discrimination Means Eliminating All of It'
In a 6–3 decision, the Court ruled that race-based affirmative action in college admissions violates the 14th Amendment.
But Chris Rufo bragged about breaking the law anyway.
A new working paper finds that borrowers whose loan payments were paused actually had more debt at the end of 2021 than those whose loans were never paused.
If the debt ceiling bill passes, the Education Department will be barred from extending the student loan repayment pause yet again.
The lawsuit claims that the pause has cost taxpayers "$160 billion and counting."
Biden v. Nebraska has far-reaching implications for presidential power.
Not only is that claim factually incorrect, but it's also wrong to be so pessimistic about young people's economic future.
Unlike the Education Department's estimates, a CBO analysis considers how the new rules will encourage more students to take out loans they won't be able to pay back.
"If there is freedom, private property, rule of law, then Latin Americans thrive," says the social media star.
The time and money spent on college can often be used more productively.
Morgan Bettinger was accused on social media of telling protesters they would make good "speed bumps." It was more than a year before investigations cleared her.
Is this what equity looks like?
Martha Pollack rejects the pernicious premise that universities should protect students from offensive ideas.
A bipartisan solution to degree inflation
Schools are allowed to preserve sex-based restrictions for athletes provided they are "substantially related to the achievement of an important educational objective."
The college swimmer was reportedly forced to barricade herself in a room for three hours.