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A list of the 10 articles with the most readers in 2018

Here are the pieces that attracted the greatest numbers of readers.

Court revives lawsuit over online threats made to feminist students at U of Mary Washington

Federal appeals court revives lawsuit charging U of Mary Washington failed to address anonymous online harassment of feminist students.

Northwestern students want a controversial scholar off their campus

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Students at Northwestern want controversial visiting scholar who muses on race, intelligence and beauty, and who has been accused by colleagues of "bad science," off their campus.

Grand Canyon University's OPM business gets off the ground -- with a focus in health care

Grand Canyon University's for-profit spin-off takes a bold step into the online program management space with acquisition of Orbis Education.

UW Whitewater chancellor resigns while the UW system investigates her husband

Wisconsin Whitewater's leader will be gone by end of year.

Professor at UC Irvine tweets to demand action on her complaint against a fellow instructor

Professor at UC Irvine takes to Twitter to demand action on her complaint against a fellow instructor, whom she views as a harasser.

Health sciences final exam question on gangs, race and graffiti rubs some the wrong way at Cal State Long Beach

Health sciences final exam question on gangs, race and graffiti rubs some the wrong way at Cal State Long Beach. Now the professor is under investigation.

Survey finds increasing interest in skills-based hiring, online credentials and prehire assessments

College credentials still loom large in hiring. But a new survey of HR leaders finds growing interest in skills-based hiring, online microcredentials and prehire assessments.

Fund-raising in times of crisis is a tough balancing act

Fallout from on-campus tragedies and athletic program controversies prompts donors to circle the wagons -- or flee.

Are numbers of doctorates awarded finally starting to reflect the poor academic job market?

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Are numbers of doctorates awarded finally starting to reflect the poor academic job market? New data show decline in nonscience and engineering degrees. Women continue to make gains.

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