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Love (Well, Sex) in the Time of Covid

This article is excerpted from a new Chronicle special report, “Reimagining the Student Experience,” available in the Chronicle Store.Ameya Okamoto will gladly admit...

A Religious University Is ‘Imploding’ Thanks to Its Anti-LGBTQ Hiring Policy, Lawsuit Says

After months of protesting an anti-LGBTQ hiring policy, 16 students, faculty, and staff members at a small Christian university sued members of its...

A Duke Volleyball Player Said BYU Fans Shouted Racial Slurs. An Investigation Found No Evidence.

The allegation was shocking, and the outrage that followed understandable. Rachel Richardson, a Black player on Duke University’s women’s volleyball team, said she...

Why Do Students Haze in Fraternities? A New Study Challenges Conventional Wisdom

For years, as colleges have tried to curb hazing in student groups — particularly fraternities — operatngi under the assumption that a key...

What to Know About Fraternities Cutting Ties With Their Colleges

Ten of the 14 fraternities in the University of Southern California’s Interfraternity Council cut ties with the institution this month, protesting stringent restrictions...

Professors, It’s Time to ‘Rate Your Campus Admin’

Peruse RateYourCampusAdmin.com, and it’s not totally clear whether the website is supposed to be funny or serious.“You will have the power to evaluate...

What It Takes to Transform a Hotel Into a College Dorm

This fall, 200 Florida Atlantic University students will be living in hotel rooms. The arrangement isn’t new — the Boca Raton campus has...

Last Year Was Miserable. Can Colleges Make This One Better?

The semesters from hell. Like pouring energy into a void. The great disengagement. However you describe it, faculty members, staff, and administrators across...

A Priest, a Dress, a College — Oh My!

Catholic U. insists Judy Garland's long-lost 'Oz' frock was a donation. Can that be proved in court?By Brianna Hatch ...

Despite Renewed Commitment to Diversity, Colleges Make Little Progress, Report Says

Colleges in recent years have boasted that they are steadfastly committed to student and faculty racial diversity. But a new analysis by McKinsey...

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