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Does Wokeness Threaten Academic Freedom?

The challenges of teaching in today’s highly polarized, hyperpartisan classrooms.

It’s Time to Abolish the SAT

It’s time to stop pushing for test-optional admissions policies, writes Christopher Rim. Instead, we should abandon the test and the College Board should eliminate it.

Becoming Clickbait for Speaking Out

Phoebe Cohen describes being targeted for voicing her views about the Dorian S. Abbot controversy.

Who Comes After Dorian Abbot?

If the standards the Massachusetts Institute of Technology used in his case are applied broadly, it could have unfortunate repercussions for many other academics, argues Alex Small.

Accidental Truths on a College Trip

In which an admissions director didn’t get the memo …

The Many Virtues of a Virtual Writing Group

Beyond providing writing support, they can help you develop a peer network with colleagues and hone important transferable skills, writes Katie Homar, who advises how to maximize their benefits.

3 Questions for U-M’s George J. Siedel

A business school professor who has taught 1.4 million learners and counting.

In Praise of Academic Collegiality

Many people in higher education would benefit substantially if they learned to become better colleagues, writes Michael S. Weisbach, but what exactly does it mean to be one?