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The case is the latest development in higher education to call into question restrictions on anti-Israel speech.
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Gabel, provost of the University of South Carolina at Columbia, was declared Minnesota’s sole finalist last week. But the awkward process reopened old questions about the transparency of presidential searches.
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Geoff Pullum reflects on the surprising benefits of having to write a Lingua Franca post every week for seven years.
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Three college presidents try to answer the hard questions about higher education, like whether the faculty really understands the president’s job, and who is the most underrated employee on campus?
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The Chronicle of Higher Education by The Chronicle Of Higher Education - 12h ago
Samuel Moyn argues that elite law schools reproduce social hierarchy. He would do well to consider CUNY Law, writes Martha S. Jones.
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For at-risk students, earning a worthwhile credential right out of the gate can feel like a big win. The president of BYU-Idaho’s online arm says more colleges should keep that in mind.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education by The Chronicle Of Higher Education - 17h ago
Your contributions, encouragement, and even tangential arguments have inspired Lingua Franca bloggers for more than seven years, says Lucy Ferriss. Here are some of your best comments.
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As members of America’s least-educated demographic group, they are dealing with family obligations, poverty, and inadequate preparation, among other obstacles to getting a degree.
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They should make it clear that you can’t fight injustice by blotting out the forces that gave rise to it.
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The university system in September opened a second investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct by Beverly Kopper’s spouse, Pete Hill. Then more women came forward. 
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