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Should College Administrators Take Political Positions?

On June 24, Barbara K. Rimer, then dean of the public-health school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, posted a...

The Deadline Dilemma

Constance Kassor thought she was helping her students. Like many professors, she’s been more lenient about accepting late work since the pandemic hit....

2 Former Presidents Will Lead Effort to Rethink U. of North Carolina’s Governance

After years of leadership instability and accusations of political overreach in the University of North Carolina system, the state’s governor has announced an...

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...

‘Everybody Hates Them’: Why One Researcher Says Legacy Preferences in Admissions Must End Soon

Legacy preferences in admissions have been around forever. So they might seem as permanent as any monument. But as recent history reminds us,...

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...

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...

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