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‘Respectable: Politics and Paradox in Making the Morehouse Man’

The author discusses her recently published book on how societal ideas about Black masculinity shaped the values instilled in graduates at Morehouse College.

Michigan State President Resigns Amid Battle With Board

The Michigan State Board of Trustees has been trying to push the university president out since September. After initially holding on, Dr. Samuel Stanley Jr. is now stepping down.

Maintaining Inclusion in Engineering in a Post-Dobbs World

The U.S. Supreme Court ruling and state laws will adversely impact marginalized groups in engineering and STEM, so we must rethink recruitment and retention, write Marjolein C. H. van der Meulen, Jennifer S. Wayne, Naomi C. Chesler and Lori A. Setton.

Abortion Restrictions Aren’t Just a Red-State Issue

Colleges in “permissive” states should start planning for the potential impact of restrictive abortion laws on their campuses, Alex Wolf writes.

A ‘Pro-Life’ Medical School

Plans are underway for a new, independent Catholic medical school on the campus of Benedictine College that will strictly adhere to Catholic principles on abortion and end-of-life issues.

Protester Sanctions Spark Tensions at Marquette

Student protesters shut down Marquette’s convocation in August. They knew there’d be consequences—but many believe the university took the penalties too far.

Campus Leaders Clash With Michigan State Trustees

A Title IX compliance review casts new light on the effort to push out Michigan State’s president. But another battle—over allegations of an overstepping board—is also underway.

COVID Conferences: Vulnerable Scholars Needn’t Apply

In scrapping remote options for conferences, academia has set out on a dangerous trajectory, Shira Lurie and Nicole Schroeder write.