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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...

U.S. Supreme Court Will Take Up Biden’s Debt-Cancellation Plan

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review the legality of President Biden’s loan-forgiveness plan, which is currently blocked by a lower court’s...

7 Key Moments From the Supreme Court Hearings on Race-Conscious Admissions

For nearly five hours on Monday, the Supreme Court justices listened. They prodded lawyers for answers to multipart questions and posed a slew...

As Race-Conscious Admissions Policies Go Before the Supreme Court, Here’s What 6 Experts Are Listening For

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday in two cases that challenge colleges’ consideration of race in admissions decisions — one...

When Considering the Fairness of Race-Conscious Admissions, Don’t Forget to Get Over Yourself

When something is unfair, you know it, right? Seriously, you can feel it in your bones, can’t you?Nope, sorry. There’s not just one...

Public-University Curricula Are ‘Government Speech,’ Florida Says

The State of Florida asserted on Thursday that faculty members’ curricula and in-class instruction at public universities are “government speech” and “not the...

The Supreme Court Ordered Yeshiva U. to Recognize an LGBTQ Group. Then Things Took a Turn.

The LGBTQ student group embroiled in a legal battle with Yeshiva University said on Wednesday that it would temporarily step back from seeking...

Fielding Questions About Abortion, Colleges Turn to a Familiar Vehicle: the Working Group

Following the Supreme Court’s reversal of a nationwide right to abortion, colleges in states where the procedure is restricted or politically tenuous are...

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....

Georgetown Reinstated Him After a Controversial Tweet. He Quit Anyway.

Ilya Shapiro quit his job at Georgetown University’s law school before he ever really started it.Shapiro, a former vice president at the Cato...

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