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Cooper Union Reinstates Student Show It Barred

The Cooper Union reinstated a student show that it initially barred for fears it would offend the Ukrainians in the...

Reading ‘Lolita’ as a Sentencing Memorandum

Classic novels can carry many meanings. In today’s Academic Minute, the University of Miami’s Christina M. Frohock explores one. Frohock...

Beyond the Monograph

Textbooks, op-eds, museum exhibitions, public lectures, congressional testimony, podcasts, historical gaming—the American Historical Association wants departments to consider more as historical scholarship.

Texas Governor Warns Against DEI in Hiring Practices

Texas governor Greg Abbott is taking aim at diversity, equity and inclusion practices in hiring. The move comes shortly after Florida announced reforms to defund DEI efforts.

House Education Committee Ready to Tackle Short-Term Pell

The first hearing of the new House Committee on Education and the Workforce featured talk about the return on investment of a college education, expanding the Pell Grant to cover short-term programs and the need to provide more access to postsecondary programs.

Rice University to Move Founder’s Statue

As part of a larger redesign of its central Academic Quadrangle, Rice University will move a statue of its founder...

Vice Chancellor to Step Down After Less Than a Year

After less than eight months on the job, University of Tennessee vice chancellor Carrie Castille is leaving her position as...

Reading ‘Lolita’ as a Sentencing Memorandum: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Christina M. Frohock, professor of legal writing and lecturer in law at the University of...