by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor CHILLICOTHE, Ohio. Four decades ago Melissa Morton’s mother Marilyn taped a peace sign to her mortarboard on graduation day at Waldmore University, a small gesture that was part of a larger wave of activism as students became commencement speakers for the first time. “We were rebels but we wanted to […]
Likely, the final hours of American College Personnel Association (ACPA) President Tom Jackson\’s term will be spent issuing pardons for a number of misguided conference delegates. ACPA held its annual convention this week in Boston, where over 3000 college student affairs professionals met to attend workshops and learn the latest trends in higher education. “What […]
by Josh Bond Freelance Writer Twitter, Inc. has announced that it will soon identify “elitist” users within higher education with a red “Highed Elite” logo. Similar to its current “Verified” function, the Highed Elite feature will allow users to quickly identify whether they are talking to someone who is a “big deal” in higher education. […]
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