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Isha Trivedi is a reporting intern at The Chronicle. Trivedi is a senior at George Washington University, double-majoring in journalism and anthropology.
She has also served as a reporter, news editor, and managing editor at GW’s independent student newspaper, The GW Hatchet. Follow her on Twitter @ishaa_trivedi or email her at email@example.com.
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The Search for Solutions
Food Pantries, Metamajors, and Sprint Football: How 3 Colleges Are Trying to Remedy Enrollment WoesA community college, a public regional, and a small private institution try to innovate their way out of yearslong declines.
More Colleges Are Adding Diversity to Tenure Standards. But the Debate’s Not Settled.Campuses increasingly see diversity, equity, and inclusion as central to their mission, but whether to make them factors in awarding tenure remains hotly disputed.
Why This Provost Doesn’t Want to Recognize a Grad-Student UnionIndiana University’s grad students applauded a decision to increase their stipends, but they say a union is still necessary.
A Private University Drew a State Investigation for Its Anti-LGBTQ Policy. So It’s Suing.Seattle Pacific University says that Washington State’s attorney general is violating its religious freedom.
How a College Found a Better Way to Bargain With Its Faculty UnionOfficials at Umpqua Community College, in Oregon, took lawyers out of the room and talked about shared interests instead. It worked.
After Student Criticism, Clarence Thomas Is ‘Unavailable’ to Teach at George Washington This FallSome had urged the university to remove the Supreme Court justice after he was among a majority of the court that overturned the constitutional right to an abortion.
Race and Tenure
What UNC Agreed To in Its Settlement With Nikole Hannah-JonesThe university will take steps to diversify faculty and staff hiring, among other things.
This University Upheld Its Anti-LGBTQ Policy. Students and Faculty Say It’s Time to Change.Activists plan to sue Seattle Pacific University’s Board of Trustees after it decided to uphold a ban on same-sex relationships.
Faculty-Pay Survey Records the Largest One-Year Drop EverAverage salaries fell 5 percent in the 2021-22 academic year when adjusted for inflation, according to the American Association of University Professors.
After a Fraught Semester, a University Wrestles With the Meaning of ‘Shared Governance’A graduate-student strike at Indiana University has divided faculty members and college leaders.