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GRE to Take Half the Time

It will take less than two hours to complete.

‘U.S. News’ Again Delays Law and Medical School Rankings

It blames the delay on “requests from law and medical schools to update data submitted,” but some say there are errors being fixed as well.

Few Changes in ‘U.S. News’ List of Top Law Schools

this is the first year for U.S. News & World Report’s law school ranking since Yale University’s law school (and...

'Academic Outsider'

Author discusses her book "of stories of exclusion and hope."

Purdue English’s Uncertain Future

How a dispute over pandemic-era funding for graduate education is putting the entire department’s future at risk.

Making Graduate Admissions Inclusive

Josephine M. Moreno outlines the steps universities and departments should take.

A Pandemic Graduate Admission Cycle

First-time international graduate enrollments plummeted last fall, but substantial numbers of students deferred admission, according to a new survey from the Council of Graduate Schools.

Pausing Grad Admissions

Some social science departments are suspending or limiting graduate cohorts to free up money and faculty attention for students affected by the pandemic. But some question the decision, pointing to need for more social scientists in a public health crisis, not fewer.