The Chronicle Review

The Grad Student Who Wants to Bring Down Trump

Ryan Shapiro takes his crusade against government secrecy to the steps of the White House.


Taking Stock of the Ties That Bind Harvard’s Kennedy School and the CIA

When the school withdrew a fellowship offer to Chelsea Manning, it was seen as caving to political pressure. How close is the relationship between the institution and the agency?


It’s Not TV. It’s the Syllabus.

Television has become our dominant narrative form. TV studies must change to keep up.


Why I Attended Tribal College

After being initially discouraged at the prospect of higher education, Robin Máxkii got degrees from two Native institutions. She had no idea what doors that experience would open for her.


It Shouldn’t Be This Hard to Be On Campus

People with mobility-related disabilities can struggle just to navigate the campus, just to do their jobs. There’s no reason it should be this way.


6 Qualities to Look For in a College President

Higher-education leadership has changed. Here’s what search committees and governing boards should be keeping an eye out for.


Russian Studies’ Alt-Right Problem

The field has not adequately rebuked the white supremacists appropriating its subject.