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Brianna Hatch is a reporting intern for The Chronicle. She is a rising senior at Washington and Lee University, where she studies journalism and politics.
Hatch is also the editor-in-chief and a reporter for The Ring-tum Phi, Washington and Lee’s student-run newspaper. She has previously interned for The GroundTruth Project, and covered public schools and politics for the Rockbridge Report. Follow her on Twitter @BriHatch1 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stories by this Author
Students Are Struggling With Basic Needs. So Colleges Are Tapping ‘Benefits Navigators.’The navigators are helping. But they don’t have the resources to do everything they can.
Half of U.S. Adults Without Degrees Want More EducationBut they might not turn to only colleges for that education, according to a new survey.
The Search for Solutions
Food Pantries, Metamajors, and Sprint Football: How 3 Colleges Are Trying to Remedy Enrollment WoesA community college, a public regional, and a small private institution try to innovate their way out of yearslong declines.
College Rankings Are ‘a Joke,’ Education Secretary SaysMiguel Cardona spoke during a Thursday summit focused on increasing college-graduation rates.
A Professor Alleged Racial Profiling by a Campus Police Officer. Then Things Escalated.More than 100 Cal State-Long Beach faculty members have signed a letter backing the professor, whose claims drew rebuke from the university’s police union.
Why One College Is Hiring a ‘Vibrant-Campus-Community Coordinator’The goal is to restore the vitality that was lost during the pandemic, says the dean of students at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise.
A Gift That Could Keep on Giving
A Priest, a Dress, a College — Oh My!Catholic University insists Judy Garland’s long-lost “Oz” frock was a donation. Can that be proved in court?
Why This Fall’s Campus Housing Shortages Could Be DifferentRising off-campus rents and a desire to get back to normal may supercharge the demand for college housing. At some institutions, dorms are already full.
In the States
‘Uninformed, Misguided, Irresponsible’: Hillsdale President’s Remarks Roil Tennessee EducatorsThe president of the Michigan college, which has teamed up with Tennessee, said teachers “are trained in the dumbest parts of the dumbest colleges in the country.”
Sports and Money
‘There’s So Many Questions’: Sports-Realignment Shocker Could Mean a Sea Change for Higher EdThe sudden conference defections of the Universities of California at Los Angeles and Southern California could pose big questions for other colleges that play big-time sports.