Evangelical college students often feel misunderstood – what helps boost understanding between students of all faiths?
Do students’ views of people with different beliefs really change on campus? AP Photo/Darron Cummings Matthew J. Mayhew, The Ohio State ...Read More
I was a college academic advisor. I wish parents understood that AP classes, straight A's, and competitive sports do not equal success for students.
I was a university academic advisor for six years. Students with sports scholarships might have to skip in-person classes and other ...Read More
NYU’s firing of Professor Maitland Jones Jr. should frighten every American
New York University fired Maitland Jones Jr. because his organic chemistry course was “too hard.” The man wrote the ...Read More
Affirmative action bans make selective colleges less diverse – a national ban will do the same
Graduation is less likely for students at less selective schools. Andy Sacks via Getty Images Natasha Warikoo, Tufts University The Supreme ...Read More
Companies eliminating degree requirements open the door to giving your remote job to someone else
A four-year degree has long been heralded as a must-have to advance in corporate America. But that might not be the case much longer. General ...Read More
‘Universities are going to continue to suffer.’ Some colleges struggle with enrollment declines, underfunding
Enrollment declines and underfunding have hit the higher education system hard. Post-pandemic, a number of colleges are in financial jeopardy ...Read More
In lawsuit, UT-Austin professor accuses Texas A&M faculty program of discriminating against white and Asian men
UT-Austin professor Richard Lowery is represented by America First Legal — a group created by Stephen Miller, a policy adviser for former ...Read More
University makes major push for diversity without considering race, gender in admissions
Past Supreme Court rulings have allowed colleges to consider race in their admissions processes and about 40 percent do. But the justices will soon ...Read More