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Answering the Call

Presidents must embody resilience and courage as they guide campuses through tensions and traumas, Freeman A. Hrabowski III and Ted Mitchell say.

Black Artists and the Making of Transatlantic Modernism

Black art and the politics of identity during the 1920s and 1930s.

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Opinion

The Exploitation of Black Athletes

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

Puccini’s 'Turandot' in Our Age of Cancel Culture

Can this pinnacle of opera as an art form be reclaimed in a time of intense cultural sensitivity?

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Opinion

et tu Yale and Brown (and UT-Austin)?

Jim Jump reflects on moves by three more universities to reinstate standardized test requirements.

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Letting Ourselves Dream About Our Careers

Life is short, so we should pursue a path that allows us to be fully ourselves, writes Lauren Easterling.