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Harvard President Resigns Amid Controversy

Claudine Gay resigned Tuesday after weeks of withering criticism over missteps at a congressional hearing and numerous allegations of plagiarism.

Harvard president Claudine Gay, a Black woman wearing black-framed glasses, at a congressional hearing in December.

Harvard President to Step Down Amid Controversy

Besieged by charges of plagiarism—on top of a disastrous appearance before a congressional hearing on antisemitism—Claudine Gay resigned after the shortest presidency in Harvard history.

UW La Crosse Chancellor Fired After Appearing in Adult Videos

University of Wisconsin–La Crosse chancellor Joe Gow was fired Wednesday for appearing with his wife in pornographic content on at...
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A Look Back at College Closures and Mergers

More than a dozen colleges announced closures this year. Most struggled with enrollment issues that only accelerated after the coronavirus pandemic.

New Presidents or Provosts: Lone Star, Mount St. Joseph, Texas A&M International, Towson, Tufts, Wyoming Catholic

Steven Almquist, professor of English and associate provost for arts and sciences at Spring Hill College, in Alabama, has been...
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2023 Holiday Videos Bring Laughter and Togetherness

This year’s holiday video greetings range from original songs and parodies of classic films to heartfelt reminders to prioritize compassion this season.
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A Change, but Not an End, for 5-College Partnership

Institutions in North Dakota and Minnesota have worked with Tri-College University since 1970. In an effort to save thousands and reduce redundancies, the partnership ends next year.

Harvard president Claudine Gay, seated at a witness table in the foreground, at a Dec. 5 congressional hearing on antisemitism on campuses. Behind her former University of Pennsylvania president Elizabeth Magill can be clearly seen.

Congresswoman, Have You No Shame?

The congressional hearing on antisemitism showed why universities should adopt a stance of principled neutrality, John Tomasi writes.