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What’s Wrong With Students? No—What’s Wrong With Us?

Rather than blame students for a lack of well-being, colleges should consider institutional factors that contribute to the student mental health crisis, Philip J. Rosenbaum and Richard E. Webb write.

Judge: Yeshiva U Must Recognize LGBTQ Group

A New York State judge has ruled that Yeshiva University must recognize the YU Pride Alliance as an official student...

Retractions: A Missed Opportunity?

New paper says retractions take too long to meaningfully influence public debates about important topics.

Tenure Awarded at … Washington U St. Louis, Wesleyan

Washington University in St. Louis Andrew Clark, electrical and systems engineering Meaghan Claire Creed, anesthesiology Jason Roderick Donaldson, finance Leslie...

Insider Exclusive Webcast | The Developing Picture of Higher Ed's Fall Enrollment | Available On-Demand for Insiders Only

.showhide button {cursor:pointer;background:#ef7521;border:0;padding:5px 12px;box-shadow:2px 2px 2px #ddd;font-size:18px;margin:10px 0;color:#fff;} In this live, exclusive Insider webcast, join Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott...

Judge: Yeshiva U Must Recognize LGBTQ Group

A New York State judge has ruled that Yeshiva University must recognize the YU Pride Alliance as an official student...

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Flying might not be the only thing birds can teach us. In today’s Academic Minute, Monica Daley of the University...

An Optional LSAT?

The leading law school accreditor has proposed eliminating the standardized test requirement for admissions. Proponents argue it would increase diversity, but detractors fear a loss of accountability.