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If “femininity” and “physicist” cannot coexist even in Barbieland, how are we ever to support their coexistence in the real world, Natasha Holmes asks.
With many faculty members exhausted and burned out, higher ed needs to take the well-being of its employees seriously, Sean McCandless, Bruce McDonald and Sara Rinfret write.
The Biden-Harris administration’s guidance on race-conscious admissions offers hope to affirmative action’s advocates and benefactors—and love, Phelton Moss writes.
Stop telling students to have their essays checked by a native English speaker, Kino Zhao writes.
Recognizing the very real trauma many students from historically marginalized backgrounds bring to campus is not the same as coddling them, Nimisha Barton writes.
As students and professors grow more skilled at commanding chatbots to produce the outputs they want, Sean Ross Meehan wonders what this will mean for question-based inquiry.
The rapid collapse in available research funding is one crisis in the humanities we aren’t talking enough about, Asheesh Kapur Siddique writes.
My research speaks to the complex racial dynamics underlying the recent Supreme Court decision rejecting affirmative action in admissions, Andrew Ifedapo Thompson writes.
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