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August 12, 2020
The students at colleges with face-to- face courses will be disappointed and skip class, warns Daniel Star.  
August 12, 2020
Let's face it: they're the biggest challenges colleges that reopen will confront this fall, writes Adam Hansell.
August 11, 2020
Whether residence halls are at full capacity or students are spread out to minimize exposure to COVID-19 or some other variation, it creates stress for live-in staff members, says Michelle L. Boettcher.

Letters to the Editor

July 7, 2020
Dear Editor, I nodded in silent agreement while reading Kolnick’s "Generals Die in Bed" and noticed that Joshua Kim's response had different errors, even though he sees himself wrapped in righteousness and all good things.  
July 7, 2020
Hiding behind a screen name is one reason the comments have gotten out of hand.
July 3, 2020
Dear Editors:
July 2, 2020
I still can’t believe that you abandoned comments for this approach, but kk, as the kids say. And worse, you abandoned them just in time to give us a piece ("Supporting Faculty Careers Amid Uncertainty," July 2) that presents us with this drivel:

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Blogs

August 12, 2020
As we prepare for the fall term, most colleges and universities are reacting to the evolving pandemic, responding to changing conditions. But who is creating a vision for the future?
August 12, 2020
Whatever the rule is, write it down.
August 11, 2020
How to make online learning version 2.0 better.

Archive

July 30, 2020
We in higher education must move forward from the fury and heartbreak of the current moment and focus on rethinking our systems and creating new opportunities, writes Elaine P. Maimon.
July 30, 2020
Colleges and universities have a responsibility to mitigate and direct its impacts in innovative and positive ways, writes Fernando M. Reimers.
July 29, 2020
It's just one example of how the pandemic could open up opportunities to leave the well-trodden pathways of tradition in favor of smarter alternatives, write Russ Castronovo and Caroline Levine.
July 29, 2020
Engaging students with people who practice international traditions and cultures within the United States must become the focus, writes William G. Durden.
July 28, 2020
The skills measured by conventional standardized exams don't appear to be central to STEM success, Robert J. Sternberg writes, and colleges should not rely on such tests in isolation.

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