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The covers of the three novels mentioned in the piece, Chemistry, Real Life and The Life of the Mind.
May 24, 2022
New academic novels from millennial authors depict a world of demoralized graduate assistants and academics and offer little by way of hope, Jeffrey J. Williams writes.
A red-haired student reads a book of Shakespeare.
May 23, 2022
A change in approach will attract many more students, writes Aaron Basko.
Figures representing people in a range of colors.
May 23, 2022
The diversity statements secular colleges increasingly require of faculty candidates have many similarities to the faith statements long required by religious institutions, Justin P. McBrayer writes.

Letters to the Editor

March 31, 2022
Correcting the record on assertions about the end of the Western civilization requirement at Stanford.
March 29, 2022
"Partisan progressive hit operation," not civil rights watchdog.
March 24, 2022
Rushing back to normal, we may be harming students.
March 23, 2022
Questioning Confessions of a Community College Dean's critique of financial aid offers.
March 11, 2022
Kathleen Stock and Jason Kilbourn, among others, were silenced.

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May 24, 2022
How trees, quads and facades can help sell a campus.
May 23, 2022
Getting the problem right.

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May 12, 2022
Colleges should reach across the campus and collaborate with established resources in the community rather than relying on traditional models of campus counseling, writes Eric Wood.
May 12, 2022
A peer-counseling program at St. Lawrence University aims to break the stigma around issues of student athlete mental health, Elisa Van Kirk and Carolyn Holran write.
May 11, 2022
Congress’s investigative arm accurately diagnosed the problem outside providers play in driving online tuitions higher, but the government needs to act more aggressively, John Katzman argues.
May 11, 2022
A fictional tale by Mark Edmundson explores the “ethical commitments” professors are and are not being invited to make.
May 10, 2022
Ann McElaney-Johnson reflects on what the pandemic taught her about students’ basic needs and the obligations of the institution she leads to help meet them.

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