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May 14, 2021
Grant-making organizations should move away from traditional patterns of support and reward a broader group of institutions and scholars, argues Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera.
May 13, 2021
The attack on the humanities, especially at less selective universities, is a violation of some of the basic premises of undergraduate education, argue Mary Beth Norton and James Grossman.
May 12, 2021
Our failure to enact racial and economic justice in higher education costs the United States close to $956 billion per year, write Anthony P. Carnevale and Kathryn Peltier Campbell.

Letters to the Editor

July 23, 2020
Do worries about exam pass rates and clinical placements lead programs to discriminate against underrepresented populations and shun innovation?
July 23, 2020
Articles that "support the belief that good course design is a panacea that eliminates cheating" don't help online learning.
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."

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May 14, 2021
Finally, federal action that seriously addresses cybersecurity risk in the United States!
May 14, 2021
Day one of graduation, a new connection between research and practice, and The Boy discovers that gas costs money.
May 13, 2021
Do they still exist? What are they like?

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April 9, 2021
Jamil Salmi transports us to the future for a look back at where we are now.
April 9, 2021
Scott McLemee reviews Breaking the Social Media Prism: How to Make Our Platforms Less Polarizing by Chris Bail.
April 8, 2021
The pandemic recovery may involve reimagining campuses with unused spaces as community hubs and large-scale resource centers, writes Mike Aziz.
April 8, 2021
Unlike those with excess space, some colleges haven't had access to enough affordable property, writes Michael Tyre. The pandemic has provided a once-in-a-generation opportunity to expand.
April 7, 2021
Languages do not lend themselves to precise categorization any more than national boundaries do, Roberto Rey Agudo argues.

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