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Affirmative Action’s Big Win Always Had an Asterisk

Ted Spencer still looks back. No one who lives through a grueling legal saga defined by questions about race, equity, and the Constitution...

Enrolling Diverse Students When Race Is Off the Table

In the two and a half decades since California banned race-conscious admissions, the University of California system has spent more than a half-billion...

Why U. of Michigan and Cal State Are Changing Their Presidents’ Contracts

Mark S. Schlissel, who was fired in January as president of the University of Michigan, is still earning a paycheck from the university....

U. of Michigan Picks Santa Ono as Its Next President

The University of Michigan has tapped a veteran president as its next leader, filling a gap that opened in January when Mark S....

Supreme Court Ruling Will Upend Reproductive Rights for College Students and Complicate Medical Training

College students will lose access to abortion across more than a dozen states with Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade,...

Professors Are Being Asked to Accommodate Students. That’s Not the Same Ask for Everyone.

As students have confronted the many challenges of the past two years, they’ve leaned on their professors for support. They’ve asked for accommodations,...

What Happened After the Middle East Studies Association Backed an Israel Boycott

In the weeks since the Middle East Studies Association voted to endorse an academic boycott of Israel, reactions across the scholarly community have...

Everybody Has a Secret

He is a lonely, bearded scientist who has an important job in the Midwest.A Brooklyn native, raised in a traditional Jewish household, he...

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