Hey there, prospies! Hope you’re enjoying the summer heat as we gear up for the month of August. Keep reading to find out what happened in college news this week:

The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges say it is putting together a special committee to look into how leaders govern higher education, hoping to bring forth substantial change to the field.

Is this radical delayed-tuition plan really the answer to ending student debt?

Helping students with disabilities should be at the forefront of a university’s mind. There’s one particular group of impaired students who believe colleges are really slacking.

Read this awesome list on the 10 best movies about college.

What can the Jane Fonda Fitness Revolution tell us about success in college?

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Lily Herman is a junior at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Besides bopping around on The Prospect, Lily is a columnist for USA TODAY College (read the Quad Report, yo); an editorial intern for The Daily Muse; a contributing editor for the campus blog Wesleying; a national contributing editor for Her Campus; and an editorial/marketing intern at HelloFlo. When she is not studying or awkwardly waving at people around campus, Lily enjoys eating Sour Patch Kids and re-watching the Friday Night Lights series finale (she's Team Saracen, by the way). Also (shameless plug alert), feel free to follow her on Twitter, or email her at lherman(at)theprospect(dot)net.

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