Students October 05, 2017
Students on the Ann Arbor campus want the perpetrators caught, and administrators more vehement in their condemnation.
Faculty September 21, 2017
Two instructors protested a student who promoted the right-wing group Turning Point USA. The backlash that ensued has left some professors feeling vulnerable.
Faculty September 15, 2017
The shift at the huge public-university system casts new attention on questions about how colleges decide who’s ready for college-level work.
Graduate Students September 14, 2017
Some faculty members at Cornell University have accused an administrator of unfairly trying to influence a unionization vote. Two messages, and their timing, are at the heart of the dispute.
People September 10, 2017
Michael A. Baston is the new president of Rockland Community College, and Robert Blouin is the new provost of the University of North Carolina.
The Chronicle Review September 08, 2017
In the 20th century, amid two world wars and a depression, poets found shelter in the university. But is that where they should stay?
Faculty August 31, 2017
The Campus Anti-Fascist Network is a new coalition of faculty, staff, and students who want to push back against far-right speakers and websites that call out their peers for perceived liberal bias.
Faculty August 11, 2017
In the 19th century, as an eclipse neared, the U.S. government refused to send female scientists to get a closer look. Times have changed, but the discipline still struggles with harassment and sexism.