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Redefining Disabilities

Moving beyond the language of deficits and deficiencies and finding strength in difference.

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A Graduate Student’s Guide to Managing Change

Dinuka Gunaratne and Roshni Rao offer advice for handling all the new academic demands and social dynamics, so you can actually thrive through transformation.

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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.

Rebuilding Trust in an Age of Scarcity

There is no such thing as “higher education” writ large anymore. It’s now about moving forward in an age of scarcity.

The Existential Roots of College Students’ Emotional Distress

Understanding the deeper sources of student anxiety and depression.

The Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City, site of Broadway premiere of the musical “Hamilton”

Higher Education Is Not a Musical

The narrative that faculty can overcome anything through individual agency may be similar to that of a Broadway hit, yet it’s a fantasy, writes Juliet Shields.

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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.