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This Year Isn’t Lost for FAFSA

FAFSA submissions are down significantly, but there’s time to close the gap, Bill DeBaun writes.

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All Hands on the FAFSA Deck

Colleges, government, high schools and community groups can find common purpose in encouraging FAFSA completion, Marvin Krislov writes.

Displaced Palestinian children gather around a vat of what appears to be soup, holding containers to collect food aid.

Cease-Fire Now

Michael S. Roth pushes back against calls for college leaders to stay silent.

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A Primary Loyalty

An ongoing debate in Virginia speaks to the need to clarify the bedrock duties of university boards, Thomas K. Hyatt and Morgan Alexander write.

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Text-to-Video AI Could Change How We Think

Text-to-video technology could supplant writing as a primary mode of thinking and communication, Steven K. Johnson writes.

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Reinstating Tests Is a Step Back for Access

The reasons elite colleges give for reinstating their standardized test requirements don’t stand up to scrutiny, Audrey Fisch writes.

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Professors Are Not the Problem

The ‘viewpoint diversity’ movement ignores that professors aren’t just curators of readings –we’re experts in assessing arguments, Simon Feldman and Afshan Jafar write.

A close-up photo of a Black athlete’s hand holding a basketball, against a black background..

The Exploitation of Black Athletes

As March Madness begins, let’s acknowledge the racial exploitation behind college sports, Christian Collins writes.