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August 14, 2020
How can college leaders come to such different decisions about reopening their campuses? Because we all have blind spots in our decision-making processes, and need to strive to mitigate them, Paul Friga writes.
August 13, 2020
Stephanie Robertson challenges higher education to lead the way in ensuring mental health is an integral part of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
August 13, 2020
As colleges and universities reopen, COVID-19 will collide with the pre-existing mental health crisis -- and we need to talk about it, argues Rebecca Harrison.

Letters to the Editor

July 13, 2020
A "hateful and demeaning" slap at people with names "given to us at birth and not ours to choose -- as if we are all implicitly morally inferior."
July 10, 2020
The rules on international students are part of what is akin to a Denial of Service attack by the Trump administration on higher education.
July 9, 2020
I am dismayed by his dismissive use of a right-wing trope like “indoctrination” to denounce a viewpoint he dislikes.
July 8, 2020
Dr. Kim chooses not to address the substance of Dr. Kolnick’s article, whose concerns he claims to share, but instead seizes on a couple of generalizations about online learning in Dr. Kolnick’s piece.
July 7, 2020
"What Mr. Kim ignores in defense of his focus is that we are now asking bus drivers to fly airplanes."

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Blogs

August 14, 2020
Lessons from a power outage; liberal arts in action; and a break from 2020.
August 13, 2020
Data-driven design and academic space planning.
August 12, 2020
Some things we don’t know.

Archive

August 5, 2020
What if colleges viewed this fall not only as a campus emergency of epic proportions, Cathy N. Davidson and Dianne Harris ask, but also as an astonishing educational opportunity?
August 4, 2020
The most tumultuous spring in generations has exacerbated the challenges these already vulnerable groups face in succeeding in higher education, writes Jack Markell.
August 4, 2020
Morgan Polikoff, Dan Silver and Shira Korn examine evidence from a nationally representative longitudinal survey.
August 3, 2020
Jim Jump writes that the problems facing the SAT and ACT go beyond the usual complaints.
August 3, 2020
Larry Braskamp offers his perspective on being infected with the coronavirus and offers suggestions for how to help others in academe who are struggling through it.

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