The Chronicle Interview September 17, 2017
The corporate outsider as college president has become a faculty boogeyman, but Scott Beardsley, dean of the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, can defend him (yes, usually him).
Faculty August 28, 2017
Two years ago, McSweeney’s delighted higher ed with a “First Faculty Meeting of the Year Bingo” card. We’ve updated it.
Faculty July 20, 2017
The website Campus Reform corrected an article that initially purported to show the professor (it was actually his brother) giving two middle fingers to Trump Tower. But not before the hate started pouring in.
Students July 16, 2017
After befriending a janitor at Georgetown University, Febin Bellamy engaged the help of his classmates to recognize and humanize the “Unsung Heroes” who keep colleges running.
Administration July 12, 2017
A high-profile study this week showed a decline in trust of higher education and the news media. But colleges may have some built-in advantages in avoiding the erosion of confidence that has rocked journalism.
Government June 15, 2017
Policy groups and politicians expressed dismay over announcements from the Education Department and news reports about its plans.
Administration June 06, 2017
The congressman-elect, who has supported creationism and opposed LGBT rights, gave $20 million to his alma mater for a new facility that will bear his name. Some alumni, students, and faculty are upset.
Leadership & Governance April 02, 2017
The first woman to lead one of the nation’s elite military institutions says the way to improve campus climate is to "be open to being uncomfortable."
Students February 03, 2017
Masked protesters, not students, shut down a far-right speaker’s campus appearance and placed the California flagship once again at the center of a debate over free expression.
Government January 18, 2017
The education-secretary nominee avoided specifics as senators pressed for her positions on issues including student debt, regulations on for-profit-colleges, and Title IX.