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Some Colleges Pay for Space on a Classic Game. It Ain’t Monopoly Money.

After paying a mark-up of 70 times the list price for a small square of property, it’s safe to say that no one...

Harvard’s President Will Step Down After a Tumultuous 5 Years

Harvard University’s president, Lawrence S. Bacow, told the campus community on Wednesday that he would step down from his position in June 2023....

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...

Is Geopolitics Closing the Door on Open Research?

Since the end of the Cold War, and even before, intellectual exchange across borders has been viewed as inherently beneficial.On college campuses and...

With Students in Mental-Health Crises, Campuses Risk Doing Too Little — or Too Much

Olivia Kong sounded “sleepy and distracted” but not “psychotic,” the on-call University of Pennsylvania psychiatrist would later say, when she reached out in...

‘An Art and a Science’: Colleges’ Tricky Task of Selecting Peers

Dozens of baccalaureate institutions see themselves as being a lot like Carleton College.According to a Chronicle analysis of the comparison groups that nearly...

Columbia Is Ranked No. 2 by ‘U.S News.’ A Professor Says Its Spot Is Based on False Data.

Columbia University is ranked No. 2 among national universities by U.S. News & World Report, behind Princeton University and tied with Harvard University...

The Ukraine Dilemma: U.S. Colleges Debate Whether to Sever or Sustain Ties With Russia

Apple, Netflix, McDonald’s, General Motors — these American brands are among nearly 400 companies to announce they are pulling out of Russia in...

‘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...

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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