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3 Questions for UC Berkeley’s Oliver O’Reilly

A conversation about accommodating students with disabilities with a vice provost for undergraduate education.

Veterans in a classroom

Yet Another Year With Few Veterans at Selective Colleges

Wick Sloane’s annual survey finds, again, that most wealthy, highly selective colleges continue to disregard those the country has sent off to war on our behalf.

Is Higher Ed Tackling the Right Problems?

The most pressing issues campuses face aren’t access or affordability or completion rates.

A quilt square created by one of the author's students. One of the squares shows the Star Wars logo.

You Can’t Tell a Quilt by Its Cover

Laura Skandera Trombley reflects on the artful stitching together of a first-semester first-year seminar.

A pair of scissors lying atop a piece of paper, cut in half, with the word "COST."

To Change the Financial Model, Look to Academics

It’s the CAO—not the CFO—who is best positioned to bring meaningful change to the financial model, Carol A. Moore writes.

A Stopgap for AMA FOMO

How to continue your learning journey and professional growth, even when budget constraints limit conference attendance.

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Why Campuses Need Centers for Pluralism

Now more than ever, colleges must help students learn to cooperate across differences, writes Eboo Patel.