This special issue of The Chronicle offers some of the best and most representative journalism of our first 50 years — from the turbulence of the 1960s to the present moment of financial constraint and accountability.
Over the years, our coverage has informed and influenced national conversations about higher education, among academics and in the broader society.
In this issue you'll find portraits of scholars and presidents, explorations of the lived experience of students and faculty members, investigative reporting, data-driven journalism, provocative opinion essays, and documentary photographs and original illustrations.
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