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October 19, 2020
The University of California has work to do to reassure applicants and the public about fairness, writes Jim Jump.
October 19, 2020
At a time when facts and analysis are devalued or simply ignored, perceptions matter, including how voters perceive the political orientation of colleges, write Terry Hartle and Phil Muehlenbeck.
October 19, 2020
They are leaving students behind, writes Mat Marquez.

Letters to the Editor

September 25, 2020
A letter writer challenges an essayist's conclusions and questions why the piece got published.
September 11, 2020
A reader agrees with Matt Reed's suggestion that we look for moral leaders -- but notes the need for more definition.
August 29, 2020
"Those who serve Georgia College" have "been working – dare I say harder than ever before – to provide a safe and enriching campus environment."
August 27, 2020
Eric Shen writes that the study has several flaws.
August 21, 2020
The comments were not representative, writes Benjamin Gammage.

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Blogs

October 19, 2020
What we have in common with the auto industry.
October 19, 2020
What will you do on November 4?    
October 19, 2020
An academics-only education might not leave students drowning in debt – but it’s not right for most students.

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October 15, 2020
Faculty leaders at colleges across the country should lobby their institutions to support voting, including giving people paid time off on Election Day, write Joel P. Christensen and Sarah Pessin.
October 15, 2020
Julia Marcus, Stefan Baral and more than 100 other scholars call on college leaders to take a more humane approach to students during COVID-19.
October 14, 2020
Such experiences, if developed strategically, can encourage students’ engagement in ways that shape their degree completion and postcollege success, writes Terry Vaughan III.
October 14, 2020
Jeffrey Aaron Snyder and Amna Khalid explore the thorny issues surrounding classroom recordings, “reasonable accommodations” and academic freedom.
October 13, 2020
The impact of social distancing on the actual process and outcomes of research has not been carefully evaluated or even broadly acknowledged, write Peter Schiffer and Jay Walsh.

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