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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 14
For all the changes Hurricane Maria has brought to Puerto Ricans, the storm still has not damaged the loyalty so many feel:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 14
"This is precisely the sort of behavior I don’t want you to bring with you if you meet with the Native students, to get all ‘white savior’ on them."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 14
Ashford University will maintain its GI Bill eligibility — for now:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 14
"Not wanting to do the extra work of managing harassment doesn’t make us fragile."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 14
Opinion: Female academics are not only the victims of sexual harassment but also those whose scholarly and emotional work is needed to patch things up afterward:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 14
Oprah, history, and how charisma became such an unwieldy force in American politics:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 13
"He teaches that white people are ignorant and can’t be taught," said the student who filed the complaint:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 13
"Free speech makes no distinctions as to quality; academic freedom does."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 13
About those stories that seem to exalt borrowers who pay off their loans quickly, one higher-ed expert asked, what’s the rush?
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 13
Why, in a nation full of problems, is law-enforcement’s top dog sniffing around an admissions association’s long-winded ethics code?
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 13
“The guidelines aren’t just about protecting students — they’re also about how we are treating each other as competitors."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 13
For all the changes Hurricane Maria has brought to Puerto Ricans, the storm still has not damaged the loyalty so many feel:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
About those stories that seem to exalt borrowers who pay off their loans quickly, one higher-ed expert asked, what’s the rush?
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
“The guidelines aren’t just about protecting students — they’re also about how we are treating each other as competitors."
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
For all the changes Hurricane Maria has brought to Puerto Ricans, the storm still has not damaged the loyalty so many feel:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
Purdue’s decision to buy Kaplan has stirred debate since its was announced in April:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
In an unexpected twist to the drama that has engulfed the University of Rochester, the president said he would resign:
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
Why, in a nation full of problems, is law-enforcement’s top dog sniffing around an admissions association’s long-winded ethics code?
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
There has been a striking rise in mortality among middle-aged white Americans who don’t have four-year degrees. Most of them also voted for Donald Trump.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education Jan 12
To address vulnerabilities like Meltdown and Spectre, computer scientists must consider the work of social scientists. But, argues one expert, they tend to give it short shrift.
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