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Berkeley Students Rally to Save a Library

Students at the University of California at Berkeley are rallying to save the anthropology library and are now occupying the...
Students walk past a silver UCR letter sign.

New on the Job: Q&A With Robert Ream, University of California, Riverside

A new undergraduate education division, which includes student success as one of its four programs, is being led by an associate dean who believes that trust, collaborative community and professional responsibility are all crucial for achieving student success.

Terry Hartle, a white man with gray hair wearing a collared shirt.

Higher Ed in Today’s Political Climate: Key Podcast

Terry Hartle, longtime lobbyist, discusses partisanship, public concerns about value and ideological imbalance, and more.

Why Psychopaths Have Bad Senses of Humor: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Cornell University Week: David Shoemaker, professor and interim chair of the Sage School...

Roof Collapses Due to Students; 14 Hospitalized

A roof collapsed at an off-campus home near Ohio State University Saturday night. Fourteen people believed to be students were...

The Class of 2023 On Remote Work, AI and More

The Class of 2023 is graduating into an economy transformed by the pandemic, rapidly evolving technology and potentially destabilizing levels...
Rider University's Zen Den features movable furniture and sensory touch lamps.

Student Wellness Tip: Create Safe Spaces for Quiet Relaxation

Rider University’s student government association funded the remodeling of a room in the student center to facilitate reflection and tranquility among students.

The red and blue Tennessee state flag flies in front of the state capitol building.

A Critique of ‘Principled Neutrality’                     

Vanderbilt’s chancellor thinks academic leaders should stay out of politics—but the ongoing assaults on rights and freedoms emanating from the Tennessee Legislature show the limits of that stance, Brian L. Heuser writes.