Weekly Roundup February 6 – 12

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.

Jamie Body reports on Intimacy directors: Ian McKellen overlooks power imbalance that makes us vital

Aliya Al-Hassan looks at Staff “Scared” to Come to Work says Edinburgh Playhouse Director

More news on North Idaho College receiving letter to Show Cause

Chloe Rabinowitz shares that Actors’ Equity Association Permanently Opens Access to Membership

Kara Arundel talks about House ed hearing highlights areas of division, agreement

Laura Spitalniak reports 1 in 5 Black students feel discriminated against in their postsecondary programs

Jeremy Bauer-Wolf examines NCAA permanently ends SAT, ACT eligibility requirement for Division I, II student-athletes

A look at trends in college consolidation since 2016

Oklahoma’s public college system was ordered to detail diversity spending

Alcino Donadel reports on Mentorship program bumps retention rates of minority male students

New initiative seeks to boost value of community college degrees

Higher ed’s worst free speech offenders of 2022

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Published by Erick Vaughn Wolfe

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

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