Employers with a social mission often can’t afford to subsidize interns. Students often can’t afford to work for free. Colleges pitch in.
The wife of Senator Bernie Sanders is being investigated for a loan obtained in 2010 by Burlington College — of which she was president — to finance a relocation and expansion of the college.
The college has had to close dorms and cut jobs because of plummeting enrollment, which officials attribute largely to fallout from protests in 2015.
After a professor objected to a racial-awareness event, the protests against him were widely shared online, prompting threats against him and the college.
Ceremonies for minority, gay and lesbian, and first-generation graduates are growing in number and becoming more mainstream.
The acting attorney who was fired by President Trump told a graduating law class that she could not honestly defend his restrictions on Muslim travelers.
By placing college advisers in public schools, an organization is trying to break down the social, economic and psychological barriers that keep low-income rural students from dreaming big.
A teenager known as Student A sued for access to a girls’ locker room near Chicago. She is graduating. But now Student B and Student C are on the way.
For working-class students like Nate, Zac and TaTy, the road to college is unfamiliar and rocky, and even imagining oneself on campus can be an obstacle.
The main goal of those involved in the effort is to convince college presidents that the Obama-era policies have positively transformed the lives of women on college campuses.