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Travel Ban's 'Chilling Effect' Could Cost Universities Hundreds Of Millions

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Teachers, Lawyers And Others Worry About The Fate Of Student Debt Forgiveness

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A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

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Students at Howard University in Washington, D.C. The historically black university is opening Howard West at Google's headquarters in Mountain View. Howard University hide caption

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Google Hopes To Hire More Black Engineers By Bringing Students To Silicon Valley

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Applying For College Aid Just Got Harder

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Trump's International Policies Could Have Lasting Effects On Higher Ed

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Protesters gather outside Jefferson Middle School in Washington, where Education Secretary Betsy DeVos paid her first visit as education secretary. Maria Danilova/AP hide caption

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