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What Happened to Black Enrollment?

For nearly half a century, the story of Black students in the United States was a story of success. Black enrollment grew from...

After a Fraught Semester, a University Wrestles With the Meaning of ‘Shared Governance’

After a war of words over a graduate-student strike last semester, faculty members and senior leaders at Indiana University at Bloomington have found...

Confirming Faculty Fears, Purdue’s Board Chair Says Trustees Chose President Like a Business

When Purdue University’s trustees announced their new president this month, they left out some key information: how and why they had chosen that...

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