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Dissecting the Campus Speech Problem

A gathering of academic administrators gets schooled in why students see their speech rights slipping—and what colleges can do about it.
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Expanding Access to Transfer Pathways

The New England Board of Higher Education is working to expand guaranteed transfer pathways in the region.

Canadian Universities Tackle False Claims of Indigenous Identities

Queen’s University apologized over a case in which six faculty were regarded as falsely claiming Indigenous status.

Report: HBCUs Need More Federal Funding

A new report from the United Negro College Fund, which represents private historically Black colleges and universities, calls on Congress...

Appeals Court Rejects Suit by College of the Ozarks

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has upheld a district court’s ruling against a suit by the...

Early Adversity and Brain Development: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Tallie Z. Baram, distinguished professor of neurological sciences at the University of California, Irvine, examines...

Cal State Kept Harassment Findings Against 2 Professors Secret

California State University San Marcos kept secret the finding that two professors had engaged in “egregious sexual harassment and misconduct,” according to the Los Angeles Times.

Thomas Won’t Teach at GW in the Fall

Supreme Court associate justice Clarence Thomas will not be teaching law at George Washington University in the fall, as he’s...