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Massachusetts Law Protects Medication Abortion Access for Public College Students

Massachusetts lawmakers recently approved a bill that expands abortion, reproductive health care, and gender-affirming services throughout the state. As part of this expansion, the new law requires public colleges and universities to provide access...

Nearly 70 Leading Corporations Back Harvard and UNC Chapel Hill in Affirmative Action Case

Some of the world’s largest corporations have filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court stating their support of affirmative action policies at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill...

Clarence Thomas Will No Longer Teach George Washington University Law Seminar

This week, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas informed George Washington University (GWU) that he will not return in the fall to teach a constitutional law seminar. Though Thomas’ explicit reasoning for leaving his lecturer...

University of Utah to Waive Tuition for Indigenous Students

In spring 2023, Native American students who are members of Utah’s eight federally recognized tribes will be eligible for a tuition waiver at the University of Utah (UofU). The decision was announced Thursday at...

Education Department Calls for Better College Access for Incarcerated Individuals, Protections for Student Veterans

This week, the U.S. Department of Education proposed several regulations that, if passed, would improve educational access for incarcerated individuals and bolster protections for student veterans against predatory for-profit schools.  In an effort to reduce...