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Read All About It

It’s Monday again, oh boy! We know you’re excited, because Monday’s the day we get Inside HigherEd links for your informative reading pleasure. This week, there’s news on live-in faculty (already highlighted on this blog), whether the death of e-mail has been overstated, dealing with questionable Facebook posts, and other issues. Have a great week!

LIVING AS THEY LIVE‘: Small but growing number of public universities embrace the idea that faculty can bring intellectual life to residence halls — in part by living there.

HOW WILL STUDENTS COMMUNICATE? College technologists and e-mail providers say that, in the campus context, reports of the death of e-mail have been greatly exaggerated.

FACEBOOK, A PLACENTA AND A LAWSUIT: Did 4 nursing students deserve to be kicked out of their program for a photograph they took and posted?

ATHLETES AND STUDENTS GRADUATE COMPARABLY: First report on completion rates for those playing at NCAA Division III institutions, which do not offer sports scholarships, reveals consistency.

PRESIDENTS PLOT PUSH FOR AID CHANGES: At meeting of small-college leaders, advocates for need-based assistance envision agreement among peers to limit aid awarded for academic merit.

Emily Glenn

Emily Glenn is the ACUHO-I Corporate Librarian.

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