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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

January 31, 2022
Angie Kirk's op-ed "uses a scientifically unsound argument to legitimize legal discrimination under the euphemistic slogan of fairness for women."
January 26, 2022
"The accusatory tone of the piece and the lack of context are deeply disturbing and misleading."
November 19, 2021
Affordable education is essential to leveling the playing field for marginalized populations in the workforce.
October 26, 2021
Explaining the pedagogical, learning and communal benefits of OER.
October 19, 2021
Leaders sometimes misuse ther authority "with the support of the very structures that are meant to mediate and adjudicate issues for employees" who lack power.

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May 24, 2022
How trees, quads and facades can help sell a campus.
May 23, 2022
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May 5, 2022
University leaders should refrain from commenting on political matters to protect free speech and their institutions’ missions, Daniel Diermeier writes.
May 4, 2022
Higher ed has an important role to play in addressing the most important issue of our time: the attack on voting rights, William G. Tierney writes.
May 4, 2022
Trygve Throntveit and Peter Levine discuss a new, adaptable model for undergraduate civic education.
May 3, 2022
Journalists and scholars regularly mischaracterize legislation against critical race theory, wrongly implying that discomfort-creating lessons are illegal, Peter Minowitz writes.
May 2, 2022
With some students not able to make it to campus for an in-person tour, colleges must ensure their virtual tours offer a clear sense of what the campus is like, says Mary Kreta of the University of Montana.

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