July 22, 2016
Volume 62, Issue 41
Five presidents hit that mark in 2015, and three of them were in Texas, according to The Chronicle's annual analysis of compensation at the top.
New details reveal a clearer timeline of what happened after the man suspected of killing five police officers burst into a building at El Centro College.
Two administrators are spearheading an effort to make the university more welcoming to students from diverse backgrounds. But, as one of the leaders puts it, they’re "up against a lot in terms of history."
Great Colleges to Work for 2016
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Aided by a public outcry, the publisher thwarted a plan to shut it down. It’s now on firmer footing, but like other university presses, it is still weathering the challenges of a shifting market.
With Sen. Bernie Sanders expected to bow out of the presidential race on Tuesday, campus activists who supported him are divided on Hillary Clinton and remain focused on broad political change.
Scholars have been studying the role of race in fatal police shootings for decades. Here’s a survey of what they’ve learned.
Three years after the university system’s Academic Senate approved a bold plan to make faculty research freely available, only 25 percent of professors are putting their papers in a state-created repository.