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Breaking Free From the ‘Student Loan Matrix’

A self-taught student loan researcher argues that a series of assumptions about college are ensnaring students in a debt trap—and he offers a way out.

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Worries of Harm Lead to Scientific Censorship

The authors of a new paper make recommendations for reducing scientific censorship by improving transparency in the publication of academic research.

Kids and Sci-Fi Books: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Emily Midkiff, assistant professor of teaching, leadership and professional practice at the University of...
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Gettysburg College Shutters Acclaimed Literary Journal

Administrators say The Gettysburg Review does not fit the college’s new curriculum, which focuses on student experiences. Staff—and former interns—disagree.

A book cover with the title "On the Basis of Race: How Higher Education Navigates Affirmative Action Policies" in black text

A Blueprint to Resist Ban on Race-Conscious Admissions

A Western Michigan political science professor argues that colleges and universities can comply with the Supreme Court ruling and still pursue racial diversity.

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Higher Education as Its Own Worst Enemy

In a wide-ranging discussion about his new book, Brian Rosenberg explains how shared governance, tenure and other practices stifle change on college campuses.

Michael Smith's Abundant University

Embracing Technology to Advance Equity

A Carnegie Mellon professor argues that higher education needs to embrace technology to help break down barriers to entry for students.