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Are We Repeating the Mistakes of the 1960s?

Police-based strategies for containing campus protests fail in balancing safety with student expression, Yalile Suriel writes.

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Wells College Announces Closure

The small, private institution in New York will shut down at the end of the semester. It’s the latest blow to the Empire State’s higher education landscape.


Three Questions for Pepperdine’s Farzin Madjidi on Working with 2U

A conversation with the dean of Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology.

States, Conservative Groups Sue to Block New Title IX Rule

Six states and a group of conservative advocacy organizations filed lawsuits Monday to block the Biden administration’s new Title IX...
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Program Innovation: Peer Support for Neurodivergent Students

The University of Montana at Missoula involves students in serving learners with differences and creating awareness of neurodivergent issues on campus.

What Do We Know About Micro-Credentials? Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Daniel Douglas, lecturer in sociology at Trinity College, explores the emergence of micro-credentials. Learn more...

Protest Roundup (Updated): Columbia Building Takeover, Northwestern Finds Compromise

A group of pro-Palestinian protesters took over Hamilton Hall on the campus of Columbia University early Tuesday morning, displaying banners...
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Abrupt Changes to Protest Policies Raise Alarm

Indiana University changed a 55-year-old policy on student assembly hours before protesters set up an encampment. Free speech advocates are worried.