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The Paris Commune’s Long Shadow: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Carolyn J. Eichner, professor of history and women’s and gender studies at the University of...
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Campus Engagement Tip: Boost Resources for Students With Children

University officials can promote retention and belonging among student parents by providing physical spaces on campus for them—and their children—to thrive.

2 Athletes Sue Northwestern Over Hazing Allegations

Two former athletes sued Northwestern University for its role in reported hazing incidents, CNN reported. The suits are the first...
Students walk on Walsh University's campus in the fall with a steeple topped with a cross in the background.

Catholic Higher Ed Governance In Flux

Catholic colleges and universities are having to revamp their governance structures as their founding religious orders take a step back, a new report says.

A teacher trainee enrolled in an apprenticeship program at Reach University stands in front of an elementary school classroom, her hand raised as if to get students' attention. In the background, Reach University president Joe E. Ross is seated.
Opinion

Will ‘Apprenticeship Degrees’ Come to America?

The emergence of prestigious “degree apprenticeships” in the United Kingdom has implications for the future of higher ed in the U.S., Joe E. Ross writes.

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Engagement Tip: Create a First-Day Survey

Professors can start their academic terms off on the best foot with students by creating a first-day survey to collect information about learning goals, personal information and prior knowledge.

A student in a ball cap sits at a laptop with the words "The George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library" on official lettering on the wall behind him, and, on banners below those letters, “You fund displacement why not education?” and “public libraries are not for sale."

UC Berkeley Student Protest Keeps Anthropology Library Open—Kind Of

Student protesters and faculty support dwindled over the nearly three-month occupation of the anthropology library.