WTMJ: Survey Shows The Pandemic Impacted College Major Choices
According to a survey by Intelligent, 42% of incoming freshmen said the pandemic influenced their choice in major.
Supreme Court set to rule on race-conscious college admissions
The world of higher education is watching and waiting for a Supreme Court decision that could impact the role race plays in college admissions.
Supreme Court ruling on student loan debt relief expected in June
43 million student loan borrowers await a crucial decision from the Supreme Court.
Students helping students with free online tutoring
One World Anchor is tutoring program founded and run by students that is dedicated to providing equal education opportunities for all.
Stolen New York swan babies rescued after mother was eaten
Hunting swans is legal in a few U.S. states, but not in New York.
Revised DACA program to face Texas judge who ruled against it
DACA, originally put in place by President Barack Obama's administration in 2012, has faced many legal journeys through various federal courts.
Florida city clamps down on feeding homeless without permit
West Palm Beach officials say "well-intentioned groups" that help feed the homeless leave behind litter and unsanitary conditions.