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Ohio State President Leaves Big Plans Unfinished as She Steps Down

In November 2021, President Kristina M. Johnson of Ohio State University announced a groundbreaking plan to help all undergraduates complete a degree at...

Friendships Can Heal Campus Divisions, Study Finds, and Administrators Play a Big Role

The answer to quelling the political and social warring among students today might lie in a simple Aristotelian philosophy: Friendship is essential to...

‘Whose Brilliant Idea Was This?’: How Ohio State Successfully Trademarked the Word ‘THE’

“So, whose brilliant idea was this? And how much $$$ did we think it would bring?,” read an email from an Ohio State...

Education Professors React to Divisive-Concept Laws

New state laws and other actions limiting what teachers can say in the classroom about topics including race, racism, and sexuality typically apply...

The Latest Campus-Safety Activists: Parents

The billboards are jarring — bold white text in all caps laid over images of police tape and crime maps. “Tell me you...

Williams College Announces ‘All Grant’ Financial-Aid Policy

Williams College on Wednesday announced plans to adopt an “all grant” financial-aid program, apparently the first of its kind. Starting this fall, the...

What Higher Ed’s History Can Tell Us About the Present

John R. Thelin, one of the best-known historians of American higher education, likes to pay attention to the detailed human stories that have...

A Professor ‘Resigned’ During a Mental-Health Crisis. Now She Wants Her Job Back.

Angela Bryant doesn’t remember firing off an angry notice of resignation written during a mental-health crisis in November 2020. When she realized, to...

The Administrators Who Feel Erased by Covid

As the pandemic dragged into a second year, Miko McFarland knew that something wasn’t right — not with her and not with her...

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