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June 4, 2020
Scholars must help inform the creation and implementation of policies that protect black communities from racial profiling and end police killings of unarmed black people, writes Shaun R. Harper.
June 4, 2020
In this searing moment for our country, colleges should recommit to equity, Isis Artze-Vega writes, by acknowledging their own flaws and embracing inclusive teaching practices.
June 3, 2020
I want to find a way to ask the tough questions in between the atrocities, to continue to address systemic racism without the flashpoint of a Charlottesville or Minneapolis, writes Walter Kimbrough.

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June 4, 2020
Can we keep universities safe and students healthy without sacrificing the free exchange of ideas and surrendering civil liberties?
June 4, 2020
Facts on the ground come from somewhere.

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June 3, 2020
I want to find a way to ask the tough questions in between the atrocities, to continue to address systemic racism without the flashpoint of a Charlottesville or Minneapolis, writes Walter Kimbrough.
June 3, 2020
Lia Paradis envisions a professor’s typical day on campus come September.
June 2, 2020
On the heels of the gruesome killing of George Floyd, colleges should listen to students about this undeniable moral imperative, write Charles H. F. Davis III and Jude Paul Matias Dizon.
June 2, 2020
What’s needed to make a campus safe now is at odds with the experiences people crave, argues Deborah J. Cohan, and institutions are making decisions about the fall based on magical thinking.
June 1, 2020
John Katzman has for years called for the elimination of the SAT and ACT. He envisions what a replacement would look like.

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