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October 19, 2017
It protects scientists and advances the discovery of promising treatments that can improve the lives of both people and animals, writes Mar Sanchez.
October 19, 2017
University crackdowns on speech hurt everyone, writes Christopher Newfield, and renew a false, decades-old depiction of campuses as overrun by censorious radicals.

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October 18, 2017
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October 5, 2017
The absence of codes and regulations too often leads social media users to act on their worst instincts, writes Seamus Carey, who recommends holding social media companies accountable for removing and preventing hate speech.
October 4, 2017
In one of her essays Joan Didion recalls living in the 1960s in “a part of Hollywood that had once been expensive and was now described by one of my acquaintances as a ‘senseless-killing neighborhood.’” In context this is one of many little details evoking a mood of anomie (of disintegration, personal and cultural) with a hint of the Manson family somewhere upwind, performing its psychedelic-apocalyptic rituals to prepare for whatever the Beatles have commanded of them.
October 3, 2017
Faculty members who teach both undergraduate and graduate students must go beyond symbolic protests and find a better way to grapple with complex social issues, writes Leslie P. Henderson.
October 3, 2017
Just because professors who teach online don't have to be physically on campus doesn't mean they shouldn't be, writes Penelope Adams Moon.
October 2, 2017
The job of preparing students for the workplace can’t be left to career services offices alone. Professors are key, Emily J. Levine and Nicole Hall argue.

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