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Jordan Peterson Must Take Course in Professionalism

A College of Psychologists of Ontario panel ordered Jordan Peterson in November to complete an “education or remedial program...

Paddling in the Wake of the Vikings: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Gettysburg College Week: Christopher R. Fee, chair and professor of English, shows how...

WVU Proposes No Language Degrees, Just Chinese and Spanish Courses

West Virginia University announced Tuesday, after its Department of World Languages, Literatures and Linguistics appealed its proposed elimination, that administrators...
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Opinion

Gen Z and the Humanities

Post-pandemic cohorts of incoming students may have unique reasons for being drawn to the humanities, Randy Laist writes.

Federal Appeals Court Reinstates Ban on Student Loan Collection Fees

A month before student loan payments are scheduled to restart, a federal appeals court has reinstated a ban on student...
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All in a Day’s Work: Professor as Student

Joe Hoyle, an accounting professor at the University of Richmond, enrolls in classes—particularly in subjects he knows little about—so that he can be a better teacher himself.

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Program Innovation: Smart Boxes Feed Food-Insecure Students

Virginia Commonwealth University rolled out optimized miniature food pantries to provide free and accessible food items across campus.