The school I love is forever changed.
When Hamline University cut ties with a professor who showed a painting of Muhammad, it sided with the most intolerant element of the American Muslim spectrum.
Students should not decide a college’s curriculum.
Science has a crummy-paper problem.
A new crop of Americans simply doesn’t want to take on debt.
Governor Ron DeSantis’s anti-critical-race-theory legislation is already changing how professors in Florida teach.
Some former college athletes face the existential crisis of a career ending at a young age.
Dean Heather Gerken says it’s her belief that “this is not where students should get their information from.”
The former NFL star got a great new coaching job. But what happens to schools like Jackson State?
Nobody is prepared for how AI will transform academia.
When the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the future of affirmative action, I knew I had to be there.
Readers weigh in on affirmative action and the future of university admissions.
Adam Harris on where the end of the policy would leave college and university hopefuls
Coaches shouldn’t be senators.
Why liberal college professors can’t admit their own complicity
Given that education has become polarized and politicized, it makes sense that educators feel misunderstood and underappreciated.
Long after graduation, anxiety in waking life often drags dreamers back into the classroom.
President Biden’s loan-forgiveness plan offers younger Americans the same benefits that Boomers have been afforded all along.
The good news is that there’s still time to fix it.
The irony of attending college in the U.S. is that the burden of paying for it can prevent it from serving its purpose of launching young adults into stable, fulfilling lives.