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July 30, 2021
Scott McLemee explores Spite: The Upside of Your Dark Side by Simon McCarthy-Jones.
July 30, 2021
After enrolling in an online course during the pandemic, Roger Martin, a former college president, has some suggestions for current leaders about instructional changes they may want to consider.
July 29, 2021
Even after the pandemic, it will remain an important part of internationalizing a classroom experience for college students around the world, says Mohamed Abdel-Kader.

Letters to the Editor

September 29, 2020
Online program management companies are not an industry; they are the next evolution in higher education.
September 27, 2020
Big-time college football is a "symptom of the deep-seeded issues that have contributed to political polarization, racial unrest, the devaulation of education."
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."

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July 30, 2021
COVID redux, the time tax and an excellent idea in New Hampshire.
July 29, 2021
Why elite institutions take advantage of all too many master’s students.

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July 1, 2021
The pandemic shines a bigger spotlight on the issue of college students with food insecurity and how their institutions can support them, writes Rachel Sumekh.
June 30, 2021
Virtual advising is disrupting the pandemic’s devastating toll on lower-income high school seniors, increasing the access they need now more than ever, write Angel B. Pérez and Nick Watson.
June 29, 2021
LGBTQ leaders in higher education play a significant role in modeling an out career, writes Dick Senese.
June 28, 2021
To address the complex challenges higher education faces, we need new approaches that foster collaboration and innovation rather than inequity and distrust, Jordan Harper, KC Culver and Adrianna Kezar argue.
June 28, 2021
The test favors the wealthy and discourages minority talent, writes Michael Hunt.

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