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Weekend Reading 7.14.24 | Centsational Style

Today I am flying to Nice, France to meet my daughter, she’s been in Spain for a week with friends and now it’s my turn to be with her. It’s our first mother daughter trip together, I’m very excited to be showing her the Côte d’Azur! We will be visiting Nice, Antibes, Menton, Éze, and maybe Monaco for a day if we have...

Take a Helicopter to British Columbia’s Wine Country from This Vancouver Hotel

It's no surprise that a city as spectacular as Vancouver is filled with incredible luxury hotels, and for the last 15 years, the Shangri-La Vancouver has been one of them. Situated in the tallest building in the heart of downtown, spectacularly surrounded by city, mountains, and sea, the Western Canadian hotel marks the group's first of two Northern American hotels, the second...
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Innovating Supply Chain Higher Education with Generative AI

Editor’s note: Supply Chain Management Review is launching a series of new online features in 2024, including The Academy. Appearing online at scmr.com...

With Harvard subpoena, Congress sends higher ed a message

In the 157-year history of the House education committee, the panel had never subpoenaed a college or university—until Friday. The committee issued subpoenas to...

A new book on building communities for learning

I didn’t quite know what to expect when I picked up Dave Cormier’s Learning in a Time of Abundance: The Community Is the...

Scientists decry closure of Duke’s herbarium

Duke University is closing its herbarium, which is among the largest herbaria in the country, housing more than 825,000 plant species. The decision comes...

Scholarly groups choose between speech, silence on Gaza war

When the American Association of University Professors last week called for “an immediate ceasefire and end to the siege of Gaza,” it was...

U of Colorado Boulder settles professor’s retaliation suit

The University of Colorado at Boulder has settled a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit that one of its law professors filed against it. In...

Textbook affordability a top faculty concern

Nearly two-thirds of faculty members view textbook affordability as a top priority for their universities, according to the annual Faculty Watch Report. The survey,...

Biden administration eyes debt relief for borrowers facing hardship

The education secretary would be able to determine if a borrower’s circumstances entitle them to debt relief under a new proposed plan. Caroline Brehman/CQ-Roll...

How Texas A&M’s Qatar campus suddenly collapsed

The Texas A&M system Board of Regents voted last Thursday to close their branch campus in Doha, Qatar. No incoming class will be...

World university/reputation rankings 2023 results announced

Universities in the Arab region have shot up in their reputations, especially regionally, data from the latest THE World Reputation Rankings have revealed. An...

Columbia College Chicago president steps down

Columbia College Chicago president and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim is stepping down after recent tensions with faculty members and with cuts likely on the...

Pro-union is pro-student (opinion)

In November, non-tenure-track faculty at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angles went public with their organizing drive, hoping to join the ranks of...