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The Redemption of Frederick Shegog

Late one night in October, Frederick Shegog walked down to his unfinished basement. It was time to practice his speech.The lean 38-year-old stood...

Florida’s Public Colleges May Soon Recruit Presidents in Secret

A Florida bill that would allow public colleges to conceal the names of presidential candidates until finalists are chosen is likely to become...

The Essay That Prompted an Editorial Revolt

Kathleen Stock’s essay in the latest issue of Law and Contemporary Problems was controversial before she even wrote it. Last summer eight student...

U. of North Carolina’s Head of Research Cited for Research Misconduct

The vice chancellor for research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill engaged in research misconduct when he plagiarized in his...

Berkeley Predicted It Would Have to Slash Enrollment by Thousands. Not So Fast.

The warnings were dire. Just weeks before letters of acceptance were scheduled to be mailed, the University of California at Berkeley would have...

‘Where Is Everybody?’ Some Public Colleges Cut Ties With Russia Over Ukraine War

Public universities in Arizona this week joined a handful of others nationwide that said they would sell their Russian assets after an Arizona...

Do Students Self-Censor? Here’s What the Data Tell Us

On Monday, it felt like everyone in higher ed had an opinion about a University of Virginia senior’s opinion essay in The New...

‘It Does Get Tiresome’: What an ACLU Attorney Thinks About the Endless Free-Speech Debate

There is no shortage of opinions on the state of free speech on college campuses today. Observers lamenting the sorry state of the...

Ex-Cal State Chancellor Who Resigned Under Fire Will Receive $450,000 Settlement

Joseph I. Castro, once a rising star in higher education who resigned under pressure last month as California State University’s chancellor, will receive...

What 4 Billionaires With Russia Ties Have Donated to American Colleges

The United States and the European Union have set their sights on Russian billionaires as one focus of economic sanctions amid the country’s...

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