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Opinion

AI Won’t Replace Writing Instruction

And here’s why, Mandy Olejnik writes.

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Teacher, Adviser, Researcher… Recruiter?

Plummeting enrollments at Evergreen State College put deep cuts on the table. When the faculty volunteered to help recruit new students, the tide began to turn.

Icahn School of Medicine Postdoctoral Researchers Strike

Postdoctoral researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai started striking Wednesday, following what their union said has...

AAUP: DeSantis’s Florida Part of ‘Assault on Democracy Worldwide’

The American Association of University Professors released a report today saying Ron DeSantis’s words and actions “come from the same...
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Measuring Censorship Is Hard, and Stopping It May Be Harder

Censorship often comes from scientists themselves, driven by laudable motives, Musa al-Gharbi and Nicole Barbaro write.

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Pushback Against Lawmaker’s Calls for Antisemitism Inquiry

Many faculty members believe Congressman Jim Banks’s threat to withhold federal funding if Indiana University at Bloomington doesn’t investigate reports of antisemitism is a veiled attempt to limit academic freedom.

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Misinformation Research Plows Ahead—but So Do Political Detractors

Republicans’ ongoing lawsuits and House probes have buffeted those who study online falsehoods. Researchers say there’s been a “chilling effect,” but the work goes on.

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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.