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Opinion

Rethinking Grad Admissions in a Post-SFFA World

Nick Eubank writes that a mission-derived rubric can help programs admit students with a wide range of life experiences.

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Opinion

Whom Would Jesus Cancel?

Alex Small offers a Catholic defense of academic freedom in the wake of a Catholic University of America lecturer’s firing.

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Opinion

A Blueprint for Improving Campus Dialogue and Belonging

Administrators focused on supporting meaningful engagement across lines of difference should consider 10 principles to bring about change, writes Caroline Mehl of the Constructive Dialogue Institute.

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Gluing Higher Ed Back Together

Nine members of the National Learning Community Collaborative argue that now is the time to invest in learning communities.

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The Black History Higher Ed Needs Now

In higher ed today, the wisdom of marrying the labor and racial justice movements is once again apparent, Karin Alejandra Rosemblatt writes.

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The War on Terror Never Ended

The current assault on academic freedom operates through anti-Muslim racism, Mariam Durrani and Sarah Ghabrial write.

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What’s Lost in Dismantling DEI Offices

Colleges should back up their diversity commitments in their organizational structures, Eugene T. Parker III writes.

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What to Make of Dartmouth?

Jim Jump considers Dartmouth’s decision to reinstate standardized testing “in context.”