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Georgia Board to Reduce Faculty Role in Presidential Search

The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents is poised to vote today on a proposed policy change that would...

Tenure Awarded… at Moravian, Norwich

Moravian University Kin Cheung, global religions Tristan Gleason, education Karen Groller, nursing and public health Robert LaRue, English Ellen Payne...

Mixed Message

University of Florida seemingly endorses state’s new anti-CRT law and warns professors that violating the law risks state funding. Some $106 million could be on the line.

‘Resurrection’ and ‘Restoration’

Morris Brown College regained full accreditation after 20 years. What’s next for the institution?

Ode to the Classics

More evidence of what's wrong with the current state of the humanities.

A Narrower Definition of Academic Freedom

In their new book, Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth argue that the First Amendment is not crucial to academic freedom. Instead, they call on faculty to develop the rules.

Myths Shape the Continuing ‘Crisis of the Humanities’

False dichotomies, oversimplifications and an ahistorical before-and-after framing are hallmarks of accounts of the humanities’ decline, Harvey J. Graff writes.

At a Crossroads

If Grove City College’s review of its diversity efforts was meant to settle a debate over whether the institution is headed in the right direction, it didn’t.