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Jon Marcus is based in Boston and has written for Times Higher Education for more than a decade.
Funding restraints mean that hype about double-digit rises in applications may not immediately translate into huge increases in enrolment
Foreign nationals who fear being barred from re-entering country if they go home for break are being supported with accommodation and funding
Divide between academia and public feels ‘dangerously wide’, says Oxford communications chief
Colleges must lead students in critical thinking ‘not protect them’, says one leader
Colorado’s excise tax set to raise millions of dollars to support college access
Texas hostelries are one of the few places where students cannot bring guns
Institutions in the US and Canada are helping preserve indigenous languages before they die out
Jon Marcus reports from Saskatoon in Saskatchewan on how an academic is using the country’s favourite sport to teach his students
US academics say ‘greatest challenge facing management scholars’ is proving the worth of research in the field
Gates foundation director tells Chicago conference that election has highlighted gulf between ‘haves and have-nots’ in terms of US college education