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July 6, 2020
In the wake of controversies over Confederate monuments and the names of buildings, Edward C. Halperin explores the best way to capture history on a college or university's walls.
July 6, 2020
When it comes to reopening in the fall, it can be easy to ask people to risk their lives if those making the decisions don't face the same risk, writes Jeff Kolnick.
July 6, 2020
Tests are not the source of inequities in American society, writes Jeffrey Aaron Snyder.

Blogs

July 6, 2020
Introducing a new blog, in which a college president ventures back to the classroom.
July 6, 2020
The relationship between places and work is changing.
July 5, 2020
On postsecondary innovation, big tech, software thinking, and the possibility of a collegial social media academic debate.

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June 24, 2020
And the introduction of letters to the editor.
June 24, 2020
Jenae Cohn envisions how the term may unfold for a faculty member who remains off campus in September.
June 23, 2020
Both last week's NLRB decision and a case before the Supreme Court, writes Patrick Hornbeck, focus on one query: What kind of questions can courts constitutionally ask about faculty at religiously affiliated educational institutions?
June 23, 2020
In times of crisis like today, colleges should think quite differently than they do in a traditional strategic planning process and consider six basic principles, argues David P. Haney.
June 22, 2020
In this global pandemic, adults must get over their squeamishness about young people’s sexuality and talk about how sex figures into campus life, Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Khan contend.

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