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September 28, 2020
Despite the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic, we can and should keep hope alive through deliberate effort and commitment, write Freeman A. Hrabowski, Philip J. Rous and Sarah J. Shin.
September 28, 2020
Look at the number of seats legacy preferences get and compare them to Black applicants, writes Joseph Price.
September 28, 2020
Xiaofeng Wan reviews the obstacles but offers reason to hope for the future.

Letters to the Editor

July 22, 2020
The country may not be able to afford loan forgiveness and more grant aid. The former may be more politically popular.
July 21, 2020
Is the self-preservation of colleges really to be balanced with human life?
July 17, 2020
"Why consolidate by two, when you could do the same with three or four? It follows the same argument while providing even greater efficiencies."
July 17, 2020
Proof that "while the internet comments section is not always a lovely place,... it is beneficial for these moments wherein a person makes a clearly ludicrous statement in need of a quick and hearty rebuttal."
July 16, 2020
"We need free and open dialogue as a community more than ever."

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September 28, 2020
Why the least expensive sector saw the largest enrollment decline.
September 27, 2020
Pre-production electric vehicles and the rapid pivot to universal remote learning.

Archive

September 14, 2020
A judge has undermined systemic racism by making the University of California test blind, write Joseph A. Soares and Jay Rosner.
September 11, 2020
Christopher Schaberg, who previously asserted he'd never teach online, describes why he's now veering that way, even when he could teach face-to-face.
September 10, 2020
Bringing students back to properly run campuses may well be healthier than leaving them to their own devices and hometown gathering (and watering) places, writes Michael S. Roth.
September 9, 2020
A standards-based approach to grading that incorporates goal-setting and self-reflection can help promote students' progress in times of crisis as well as normalcy, advises Rosalie Metro.
September 8, 2020
The myth that underrepresented students leave science because they can't keep up reflects an unwillingness to deal with the truth that it's we who must change, writes Kerstin M. Perez.

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