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The Chronicle of Higher Education

UVA Students Demand Transparency After Noose Is Found on Campus

It was 7:02 a.m. on September 8 when Terrell Pittman, a second-year student at the University of Virginia, received an email with the...

‘Just Despicable’: Michigan State Professors Oppose Attempt to Oust President

Campus support for Michigan State University’s embattled president has swelled over the past 10 days, including nearly 100 prominent faculty members who signaled...

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...

More Colleges Are Adding Diversity to Tenure Standards. But the Debate’s Not Settled.

The California Community Colleges system approved a new policy in May that added diversity, equity, and inclusion criteria to tenure and promotion reviews....

College Rankings Are ‘a Joke,’ Education Secretary Says

Education Secretary Miguel A. Cardona called college rankings “a joke,” and took aim at selective colleges’ obsession with them, as he made a...

Online Education Is Booming, but Colleges Risk Lapses in Quality, Report Says

A survey of more than 300 officials at American colleges shows many are planning for long-term growth in online education, but few are...

This University Laid Off Dozens of Professors. The Pain Didn’t End There.

Angela Bilia made $18,000 last year as an adjunct at the University of Akron. She once made more — triple, in fact —...

A Private University Drew a State Investigation for Its Anti-LGBTQ Policy. So It’s Suing.

A Christian university in Seattle is suing Washington State’s attorney general, alleging religious discrimination, because of his efforts to investigate the institution’s anti-LGBTQ...

More Than Half of Campus Staff Members Are Thinking About Quitting, Survey Finds

Results of a new survey paint a grim picture for higher ed’s hopes of retaining staff members: More than half of them are...

These Professors Were Thinking About Quitting. So They Turned to Social Media.

For three and a half years, David Schwartz has taught geography at Northampton Community College, in Pennsylvania. That hadn’t been the plan, but...

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