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Due to COVID, demand for analytics has risen significantly, but information doesn't mean action (opinion)

When my twin brother, a commercial pilot, flies a plane, he knows sensors informed by tens


An analysis of data from a national survey on the impact of the pandemic on higher ed (opinion)

In the wake of extreme economic uncertainty, and with many colleges and universities going virtual for


Princeton University has agreed to pay $5.8 million to settle complaints by participants in two pension plans


Jonathan B. Imber, Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology at Wellesley College and editor in chief of


Many colleges were facing financial pressure before the pandemic. But the crisis has exacerbated those challenges


Mike Adams, whom the University of North Carolina at Wilmington recently paid $504,000 to retire, was


Colleges should develop guidelines for using the N-word in classes (opinion)

Amid the many extraordinary protests against anti-Black racism after the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor


The California State University system’s governing board on Wednesday approved the inclusion of a course on ethnic studies


The ethical issues colleges and universities must confront when considering reopening their campuses (opinion)

Pandemics rightly invite the language of science and best practice when it comes to the choices


Even before COVID-19, many public and private colleges across the country were facing difficult circumstances with