You would think everyone would be fighting to save this amazing gem of a college in Bennington, not bury it.
The school’s president said a potential partnership has not worked out and the college is moving ahead with its plans to close this summer.
The school’s former president, Karen Gross, has launched a social media campaign to save the school.
Editor’s note: This commentary is by Karen Gross, the former president of Southern Vermont College, who is now an author and educational consultant in Washington, D.C. [I] had been conflicted over Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court. For starters, Merrick Garland, a true moderate and deeply qualified, should have had that seat but […]
How hard is it to serve in government or academia?
Today’s educational leaders are vacating the bully lectern — even on issues related to their own campuses.
The challenge is how we can infuse enduring civic engagement across the lives of young people.
David Rees Evans comes to Bennington from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa.
President Obama is right: A wider range of college graduates (and even non-graduates) need a more effective way to pay down their student debt.
The president of Southern Vermont College announced on Monday that she will be stepping down on Oct. 1 in order to take a government position in Washington, D.C.
As we work to help America’s veterans and service men and women and their families succeed in higher education, it is important to create a campus environment that is welcoming.
We need our students to know that this is not an acceptable way for our political leaders to act as our representatives.
I think we can all (well, almost all of us) agree that the rising costs of a bachelor’s degree need to be constrained, and we must find ways that facilitate middle- and lower-income students entering and graduating from college.