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University of California San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla writes about how increasing accessible and affordable on-campus housing for students can help expand access to higher education.
Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway and Benedict College President Roslyn Clark Artis highlight the importance of free speech on campus and the responsibility colleges have to teach students how to find common ground with others and engage in “constructive civil discourse.”
Notre Dame University President Rev. John I. Jenkins writes about government attacks on the Catholic Church in Nicaragua.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow and ASU Associate Professor Derrick M. Anderson explain how to improve higher education and public confidence in the higher education sector.
University of California, Riverside Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox discusses the inequities embedded in the current federal research spending system and argues that enfolding less-resourced institutions into the national research enterprise could benefit students, advance access and equity, and boost U.S. competitiveness.
Michigan State University Interim President Teresa Woodruff writes about how the university is helping to meet Michigan’s workforce needs in teaching, nursing, and engineering.
Northwestern University President Michael Schill accepted the criticism the university has faced due to allegations of hazing and apologized to the athletes and other affected.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow discusses how higher education institutions can continue to create and retain diverse student bodies despite the Supreme Court’s ruling prohibiting affirmative action in admissions.
University of Colorado at Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano explains how attacks on higher education threaten American democracy.
Rice University President Reginald DesRoches expressed disappointment in the SCOTUS ruling limiting the use of race-conscious admissions and pledged to not let the court’s decision derail diversity at Rice.