In 2015, Christian Titman, a Native American student at Clovis High School near Fresno, California and member of the Pit River Tribe, was denied his request to wear an eagle feather at his high school graduation ceremony. What’s more, he
Jacob Mandel can remember the first time he heard the screams of the anti-Israel protesters three years ago. The recent San Francisco State University graduate was celebrating Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, in May 2014 with other Jewish students. They
Carolyn Brown, an assistant professor of journalism at American University, says it’s her ethical duty to hold her students to high standards, especially the kinds of firm deadlines they’ll face in their careers. So she wonders why American is denying her
Ask most college and university presidents for their top strategies for keeping their institutions financially viable in the years ahead, and the answer (along with recruiting more international students) is almost certain to include more ambitious fund-raising. Given that goal,
The board of Deep Springs College, an unusual and intellectually rigorous college in the high desert of California, voted in 2011 to admit women. Students cheered the move. Faculty members agreed. So did many alumni, who have long felt there
The scale of student misconduct in Ukraine has been exposed by a survey of undergraduates that found nearly half have paid bribes and almost all admitted to plagiarism and cheating on exams. Of 600 students surveyed at public universities in
After enduring nearly a decade of salary freezes, staff layoffs, benefits cuts, and struggles to pay their ever-increasing expenses, full-time college and university faculty in the U.S. finally are earning salaries within $100, on average, of pre-Great Recession levels, according
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