Students March 17, 2017
Awoken by the former presidential contender and spurred on by President Trump’s election, the Young Democratic Socialists are expanding.
Government March 14, 2017
The education secretary often frames issues in terms of school choice — sometimes controversially. That may mean more flexibility in student aid and new opportunity for nontraditional educators.
Data March 05, 2017
Although minority students are underrepresented at liberal-arts colleges over all, some individual colleges serve a substantial share of students from a particular racial or ethnic group.
Students February 27, 2017
Gov. Scott Walker’s recent budget proposal would allow students to opt out of paying specific student fees. Some students like the idea, while others fear their organizations will go out of business.
The Ticker February 24, 2017
The balloting results, announced on Thursday, were attained with a strategy that could make such collective bargaining easier at universities where campuswide support does not exist.
The Chronicle Interview February 24, 2017
The author of a new book on for-profit higher education says the industry takes advantage of the slack in the labor market.
Gazette February 19, 2017
Marvin Krislov, president of Oberlin College, was hired to lead Pace University, and Joe Biden, the former vice president of the United States, will head new academic centers at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware.
Research February 17, 2017
Russian studies has watched its funding and student interest decline over the past two decades. Could President Putin’s meddling in the presidential election inspire a resurgence?
Government February 08, 2017
Some experts wonder how much lawmakers will be able to get done on higher education, given their competing priorities and the bitterness over the new secretary’s selection.
Students February 08, 2017
The Obama administration’s influential "Dear Colleague" letter on sexual assault reflected a desire to make assault-prevention a national issue. Here’s how that document was born.
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.
International January 29, 2017
Scholars voiced grave concerns about an executive order that they said threatened the United States’ reputation as a haven for academics from around the world to conduct research, teach, and collaborate.
Students January 27, 2017
Students who were arrested while protesting the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general follow a long history of civil disobedience emanating from the campus.
Government January 27, 2017
Betsy DeVos, a school-choice advocate, has the Senate’s Republican majority on her side. The education establishment is another matter.
Administration January 25, 2017
Noisy protests have disrupted some classes of a California professor who served a suspension following sexual-harassment allegations.