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Bringing PEACE to Support All Students

Preparation, expertise, authenticity, caring and engagement should guide educators in crafting their individual teaching personae, writes teaching scholar Donald A. Saucier.

More Police on Campus Won’t Prevent Gun Violence

Instead, urban universities should reckon with long-standing failures to prioritize the well-being of their communities and make meaningful, unconditional investments, Charles H. F. Davis III writes.

Reading Between the Lines to Support Struggling Students

What higher ed educators and leaders need to know about how student identities and the traumas they’ve experienced in life relate to current challenges.

Colleges Follow States on Lifting Mask Mandates

Several states have announced plans to lift mask mandates, and public colleges are following suit. Some mask requirements ended immediately, while others will remain in place for weeks.

Racist Text Messages Create Stir at Occidental College

Anti-Asian text messages shared on social media have created turmoil at Occidental College. Students are angered by the administration’s delayed response and lack of disciplinary action.

Not Only in the NFL

The underrepresentation of Black head coaches in college sports is unacceptable, Shaun R. Harper writes.

Sex Toy Workshops, Speed Dating and More

Valentine’s Day marks the perfect opportunity for colleges to re-engage students on sexual health. Events range from discussions on consent to educational games like “Wheel of Fornication.”

States Rethink Restrictive NIL Laws

Some states that passed name, image and likeness laws are attempting to amend or repeal legislation that is now more restrictive than NCAA policies. Experts say states without NIL laws may have an advantage.