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What Colleges Can Learn From the Affirmative-Action Lawsuit Against Texas A&M

When Texas A&M University announced a new faculty hiring program in July, officials said it would help move “the structural composition of our...

Growing Out-of-State Enrollment at Flagship Universities Could Be Worsening the Student-Debt Crisis

A recent report from the Brookings Institution found that nearly every state flagship university increased its share of out-of-state students from 2002 to...

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...

What Does It Takes to Have Civil Discourse in the Classroom?

When Agnes Bolinska was an undergraduate, she didn’t talk much in class. “I was scared of being judged, and I was scared of...

What UNC Agreed to in Its Settlement With Nikole Hannah-Jones

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will take steps to diversify faculty and staff hiring as part of a settlement with...

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....

U. of North Carolina Has Been Corrupted by Political Meddling, Faculty Group Says

Nationwide, public higher education has often been a target of partisan meddling. But North Carolina’s university system is in a league of its...

One of Higher Ed’s Hardest Jobs Is Getting Tougher. Blame Political Interference.

If there’s a new “hot seat” in higher-education administration, it might burn hottest at the top. The job of public-college system head has...

U. of North Carolina’s Head of Research Cited for Research Misconduct

The vice chancellor for research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill engaged in research misconduct when he plagiarized in his...

His Photos Sought to Center Black Lives in Chapel Hill. Then the Exhibit Was Canceled.

Cornell Watson’s photographs are supposed to be hanging right now in a gallery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Watson,...

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