Weekly Roundup Jan 30 – Feb 5

Hello and welcome to the weekly roundup of news and events that may have slipped under your radar. Every week I curate a list of articles from around the web I consider newsworthy or just of interest to those in the Arts and Leadership and will be sharing them with you here. The comments will always be open, so if l I missed a story, or you would like to add to the discussion, please feel free to join-in.

Dan Bauman reports on issues going on at my college in Could North Idaho College Really Lose Its Accreditation?

CPR news is looking at Legislation in Colorado would extend contracts colleges could offer to nontenure-track employees from three years to five years.

NBC news reports The University of Houston scrapped plans for student actors to wear neon vests when rehearsing in public spaces outdoors.

Associated Press report on The New College of Florida’s board of trustees voted to remove President Patricia Okker.

A Connecticut NPR reports Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system has proposed expanding the state’s free community college tuition program to all students.

Ross Reily at the Mississippi Clarion Ledger looks at The faculty at Jackson State University voted no confidence in their president.

Alissa Wilkinson shares the 17 movies to watch out for in 2023

Alcino Donadel looks at Fresh student enrollment data suggests “encouraging” recovery

Micah Ward reports on College students and mental health: Does geography play a role?

A great article on The chronical of Higher Education about the Fight for Academic Freedom

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Published by Erick Vaughn Wolfe

Director, Fight Choreographer, Author, Teacher, Foodie, and Lover of Life