What began as isolated ideological attacks is looking more and more like a wholesale gutting of the state’s public colleges.
Does this really sound like an education to you or does it sound more like a Ponzi scheme?
Like other struggling schools, the University of Arizona is raising out-of-state tuition—and courting the affluent students who can afford to pay it.
Rather than promoting mobility, the broken college financing system is ensuring that inequality gets passed down from one generation to the next.
Leading intellectuals are outraged that Monique Canto-Sperber, who famously quashed two events sponsored by Israel critics, is being given the stage to discuss “freedom of speech.”
Why are campus administrators invoking civility to silence critical speech?
In America today, people owe more on their student loans than they do on their credit cards. But there’s a simple and elegant way to end this travesty.
Rank-and-file organizing pays dividends for the nation’s only private graduate student union.
Without knowing why disciplinary committees do what they do, we’re in the dark.
The president’s plan to make two years of community college free for some students could solve some of higher education’s most intractable problems.