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Is This How Censorship Happens?

Scrolling through Facebook in the middle of the night last September, Martha Smith came across an article that made her pause. The University...

DeSantis’s Higher-Ed Push Just Got Bigger. Fresh Resistance Is Starting to Bubble Up.

Standing at a podium labeled “Higher Education Reform,” Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida on Tuesday announced a wide-ranging plan to shake up the...

Is New College of Florida Headed for a Hostile Takeover?

When Christopher F. Rufo gave a lecture at Hillsdale College last year, he emphasized the need to “lay siege to our institutions,” including...

Public Colleges in Oklahoma Must Account for ‘Every Dollar’ Spent on Diversity Over the Past 10 Years

Public colleges in Oklahoma are hurrying this week to compile details on “every dollar” spent over the past decade on diversity. It’s another...

Is Higher Ed a Public Good or a Public Threat?

New Mexico’s Democratic governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham, has a message to the would-be nurses and teachers, welders and coders, who question whether college...

‘It Could Have Been Worse’: Higher Ed Reacts to Ben Sasse at U. of Florida

The University of Florida’s announcement of Sen. Benjamin E. Sasse as the sole finalist for its presidency elicited reactions that spanned from sunny...

2 College-Leadership Searches in Florida Struggle to Field Candidates

Just eight candidates applied this summer to lead the State University System of Florida, and few of them had extensive experience actually working...

Legislation to Limit Critical Race Theory at Colleges Has Reached Fever Pitch

Bills introduced in state legislatures across the country have increasingly taken aim at higher education and the discussion of race, racism, and gender...

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...

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...

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