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A large sign on a university campus that reads "Office of Admissions and Recruitment."

No Such Thing as Perfect Admissions Criteria

A recent survey of AAPI adults drives that point home, Jim Jump writes.

A shiny silver human-like robot stands pointing at a green chalkboard, where "A.I." is written in white chalk.

Memo to Faculty: AI Is Not Your Friend

The time to resist is now, Scott Latham writes.

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The Roots of Anti-University Rhetoric

Bradford Vivian writes that growing anti-university sentiment can be traced to pro-authoritarian movements abroad.

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When Language Is a Weapon

Social scientists should resist the distortions of language that are (mis)shaping perceptions of the war in Gaza, Michel DeGraff writes.

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Why Grade Complaints Are Misunderstood

Spoiler alert: Students are not solely to blame, Rebekah Peeples writes.

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Protecting Free Speech, Promoting Free Inquiry

Rajiv Vinnakota offers recommendations for campus leaders as they prepare for student protests to resume this fall.

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Denied? That Top College Lied

Test scores matter more than elite colleges let on, David Blobaum writes.

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The Uncertain Future of Private Research Universities

The growing share of research costs covered by institutions risks making the private research university business model unsustainable, Robert A. Brown writes.