Students June 07, 2017
After colleges crack down, some Greek groups spring back to life in unofficial form. And campus officials are limited in what they can do about it.
The Chronicle Interview April 06, 2017
Hungary’s bid to shut down the institution is part of a larger battle that pits the cosmopolitan values of liberal democracy against an ascendant wave of nationalist authoritarianism in Europe and elsewhere.
The Ticker January 20, 2017
Some students are traveling to Washington, D.C., to demonstrate against the presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump. Others are taking action near their campuses.
Leadership & Governance May 06, 2016
Wayne Frederick, president of the historically black university, says it needs to be more selective in enrolling students and choosing how to support them.
People April 17, 2016
Richard Arum, co-author of two much-discussed books, will move from New York University to the University of California at Irvine.
Government March 16, 2016
Howard University, for instance, stands to gain millions if it sells. But supporters and alumni of the historically black institution are concerned about what it would lose.
Technology October 21, 2015
A campaign launched by 72 groups argues that civil-rights laws oblige colleges to shield students from anonymous threats and abuse on social media.
The Ticker September 28, 2015
Silvio Weisner, the former director of George Washington's Mental Health Services, is a licensed psychologist — but in Virginia, not Washington.
The Ticker July 01, 2015
When academic freedom collides with social-media outrage, truth is often a casualty. Just ask Zandria Robinson, a former professor at the University of Memphis.
Leadership & Governance May 28, 2015
Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University, explains his vision of competency-based education and what has surprised him from his college's own experiment.
Administration April 08, 2015
There are many ideas for streamlining the federal student-aid application. But that hasn’t happened yet, and students and advisers still grapple with it.
Administration March 28, 2015
Summoned to a meeting in Washington, D.C., the college’s board members looked at the numbers. And they realized there wasn’t a choice.