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Advice on Selecting Service Opportunities

Steve Baule describes some service options that might be available to new faculty members and provides advice on those they may want to consider.

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End the Student Loan Interest Racket

It’s time to stop charging interest on federal student loans, U.S. Representative Joe Courtney writes.

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Finding ‘Everyday Utopia’ at the Residential College

Intentional communities and the all-ages residential university.

Trauma and the College Classroom

Teaching with a trauma-informed lens.

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Who Reads Your Job Application Materials?

And what do those people care about? Robert Pearson advises on how to prepare such materials with many audiences in mind.

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Test-Free Admissions: Why Wait?

While test-optional policies are already the norm, the University of California’s experience points toward test-free admissions as the next best step, Julie J. Park and OiYan Poon write.

Why Arts Education Matters

Vocationalism and the plight of the arts.

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White Silence as Violence

White academics and administrators cannot abdicate responsibility for leading antiracism efforts in higher education, write Sydney Freeman Jr. and Wendy Bruun.