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He Was an Up-and-Coming Leader. Then His University Accused Him of Threatening Violence.

One September day last year, Mark McPhail was lying in bed when he heard a knock at the door. He glanced out his...

Loan-Forgiveness Debate Rekindles an Old Question: Why Does College Cost So Much?

The national debate over whether to forgive outstanding student loans has circled around a set of policy questions. How much, if any, student-loan...

Will a More Open Search Produce a Better President at Oregon State?

After being chosen in a closed search process, F. King Alexander didn’t last a whole year as president at Oregon State University. Now,...

Its Finances Dire, This Arkansas University Will Lay Off 44 Tenured Faculty Members

A public four-year college in Arkansas plans to cut 25 degree programs and lay off 67 faculty members, 44 of them tenured, to...

NYU Backs Down on Hiring a Star Researcher and Accused Harasser

In the face of fierce backlash from faculty members and students at New York University, a biologist who is accused of past sexual...

He Accused the University of Florida of Violating His Academic Freedom. The Provost Disagrees.

In November, an associate professor at the University of Florida accused the institution of violating his academic freedom.In meetings, university officials recommended that...

Does a University Need a CEO?

The University of Miami is getting a new leader: a CEO.The idea came from the university’s de facto chief executive, Julio Frenk, the...

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