October 6, 2017
Volume 64, Issue 06
The Chronicle Review
Also In the Issue
In an address on Tuesday at Georgetown University, the U.S. attorney general vowed to “enforce federal law, defend free speech, and protect students’ free expression from whatever end of the political spectrum it may come.”
Milo Yiannopoulos’s much-ballyhooed conservative festival, which once seemed ambitious, ultimately appears to have fizzled. But the university couldn’t afford to take the event lightly.
Here’s a guide to the Education Department’s question-and-answer document on campus sexual assault, which contains changes that are already stirring controversy.
Two instructors protested a student who promoted the right-wing group Turning Point USA. The backlash that ensued has left some professors feeling vulnerable.
Many of the rules burdening colleges were created to address the abuses resulting from for-profit colleges’ participation in federal financial-aid programs.
College mergers are messy and complex, but as they become more common, leaders must not allow financial and other pressures to limit the range of futures we can imagine.