* In a piece published today titled, “The Clinton For-Profit College Standard,” the Wall Street Journal opined that ITT’s biggest mistake was not putting Bill Clinton on the payroll: http://on.wsj.com/2czSwm6 (subscription required)

* Campuses cautiously train freshmen against subtle insults or microaggressions. The New York Times reports: http://nyti.ms/2c7OYmJ

* Experts, Barmak Nassirian and Paul LeBlanc, discuss a federal experiment that opens up student aid to eight noncollege job training programs. Inside Higher Ed writes: http://bit.ly/2c8pGHA

* All ITT campuses will close. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://bit.ly/2c1PnJ4

* A new survey finds declining enrollments in history, one of the central humanities disciplines. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://bit.ly/2cqbRCL

* The changing of the higher education landscape and the growth of for-profit enrollment. Liberty Street Economics reports: http://nyfed.org/2cyqmbj

* Inside Bill Clinton’s nearly $18 million job as ‘honorary chancellor’ of a for-profit college. The Washington Post writes: http://wapo.st/2cuKCre

* Hillary Clinton’s ‘free’ plan would swell college enrollments, writes Insider Higher Ed’s Doug Lederman: http://bit.ly/2chEfd9

* What key amenity is missing from most college campuses? Hint: it’s not a gym or food court. Market Watch reports: http://on.mktw.net/2c78ZMu

* The Center for American Progress writes that annual paperwork should not stand in the way of affordable student-loan payments: http://ampr.gs/2cqVLxk

* The real reasons why low-income students do not apply to elite universities. The Huffington Post writes: http://huff.to/2bVJrjF


* Using typography as a medium, students at New York’s School of Visual Arts (SVA) line Madison Avenue with typography-inspired fashions for New York Fashion Week Sept. 8-18. Luxury Daily reports:  http://bit.ly/2cqk1LG

* PBS NewsHour interviews SVA Animation Department alum Rebecca Sugar: http://to.pbs.org/2crfpZ0

* Three LIM College students were recently awarded scholarships from international honor society, Delta Mu Delta. The society recognizes students enrolled in programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for high academic achievement: http://bit.ly/2ceakE0

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