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International Students’ Graduate Enrollment Is Down, Study Finds. Some Say U.S. Policy Is to Blame.

Chronicle of Higher Education - October 2, 2018 - 10:01pm
The decrease in such first-time enrollments was 4 percent, says an annual report by the Council of Graduate Schools.
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It’s Been 2 Years Since Scandal Erupted at Baylor. Yet the Allegations Continue.

Chronicle of Higher Education - October 2, 2018 - 8:25pm
A former board chair is said to have used a racial slur to describe black athletes, and a former Title IX official details how she was prevented from doing her job. Meanwhile, the NCAA has issued a formal notice of violations.
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Georgetown Professor’s Profane Tweet Elicits Tepid Response From University

Chronicle of Higher Education - October 2, 2018 - 7:40pm
Christine Fair said “entitled white men” like those defending Brett Kavanaugh merit “miserable deaths while feminists laugh.” In a statement the university recognized free-speech rights, condemned violent imagery, but did not name her once.
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