* Trump ends DACA. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://snip.ly/dbay0

* International enrollments for American universities are flat or down – in some cases significantly – this fall. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://snip.ly/vnet0

* The Department of Education this week quietly ended a collaboration with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to share information about student loan complaints. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://snip.ly/2b8km

* How higher-education leaders are fighting for DACA. The Atlantic writes: http://snip.ly/dlxx6

* The Department of Education names new key employees in student aid office, signaling more collaborative approach to overseeing colleges. Inside Higher reports: http://snip.ly/on9c5

* U.S. employers struggle to match workers with open jobs. NPR reports: http://snip.ly/p6urw

* In time of uncertainty for undocumented students, a tuition-free online university called, University of the People, sees a surge in enrollment. EdSurge reports: http://snip.ly/nsola

* The College Simulation Experience takes hands-on approach to reversing college dropout rate. WKBW- ABC News 7 in Buffalo explains: http://snip.ly/eo953


* Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie to teach college part-time at Monroe College. The Daily News reports: http://snip.ly/qunfq

* Brooklyn Magazine put the spotlight on Women Who Draw, co-founded by SVA BFA Illustration & Cartooning faculty Julia Rothman. http://snip.ly/xwszj

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