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Yale Professor Who Diagnosed Dershowitz and Trump in Tweet Loses Appeal

A professor lost her—“voluntary,” as Yale puts it—position after tweeting about the two. The courts have dismissed her lawsuit.


Plain Speaking or Rude? Fight Over ‘Disparaging’ Psychiatry Paper

British scholars differ on study on the effectiveness of antidepressants.

SUNY chancellor John B. King, a dark-skinned man wearing a suit and glasses, is pictured here standing at a podium on a stage in front of colorful images.

SUNY Adds Liaisons for Homeless Students

In a coordinated effort to address student housing insecurity, the State University of New York system will designate a staff member on every campus to work with homeless students.

When Journalists Violate Their Code of Ethics: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Daniel Laufer, associate professor of marketing at Victoria University of Wellington, examines one instance where...
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Duke’s Affordable Action Plan

The university’s decision to waive tuition for lower-income North and South Carolinians is officially about equity. But its potential as a recruitment tool for underserved students connects it to affirmative action’s fate.

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Supreme Court to Hear GI Bill Case

The plaintiff in the case, a retired Army captain and Bronze Star recipient, wants the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling that he said broke Congress’s promise to veterans.

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‘Preaching’ in Biology Class?

St. Philip’s College, despite the name, is a public college. A professor who is also a pastor says the college fired him after it allegedly received complaints of “preaching” in class.