To the Editor: Re “Middle-Aged Panic About Cancel Culture,” by Michelle Goldberg (column, Sept. 21): I disagree that growing criticism of the so-called cancel culture…View More Opinion | Cancel Culture: Are We Overreacting?
A former Georgetown University men’s and women’s tennis coach accused of soliciting and accepting bribes to help students get into the university was the latest…View More Former Georgetown Tennis Coach Agrees to Plead Guilty in Admissions Scandal
Harvard University has announced that it “does not intend” to make any future investments in fossil fuels, and is winding down its legacy investments because,…View More Harvard Says It Will Not Invest in Fossil Fuels
Whenever Ben Crow played a tournament, whether in junior golf, high school, or college, his father Ken would be right there, walking nearby and watching.…View More Two swings, two aces: College golfer's miraculous moment
The Puritan colonists who settled in New England in the 1630s had a nagging concern about the churches they were building: How would they ensure…View More The New Chief Chaplain at Harvard? An Atheist.
It is what many universities fear. After months of gearing up for a fall semester that seemed like normal, with in-person classes and packed football…View More Campuses Are Virus Incubators, but These Colleges Can’t Require Vaccines
BUDAPEST — On a leafy hilltop in Budapest, a small educational foundation inside an aging, former Communist police building has audacious plans to train young…View More Campus in Hungary is Flagship of Orban’s Bid to Create a Conservative Elite
A statue of British imperialist Cecil Rhodes at Oxford University has drawn criticism for decades. Now some academics said they would refuse to teach at…View More Scholars at Oxford University Refuse to Teach Under Statue of Colonialist
A dispute centering on the celebrity professor Amy Chua exposes a culture pitting student against student, professor against professor. Yale Law School in downtown New…View More Gripped by ‘Dinner Party-gate,’ Yale Law Confronts a Venomous Divide
A professor at a California college repeatedly berated a student during a Zoom lesson because he referred to police officers as “heroes” — and was…View More California college professor berates student for calling police ‘heroes’
Across the country, colleges and universities have been wrestling with allegations of sexual misconduct, racial discrimination and anti-Semitism. But rarely have the three collided at…View More Linfield University Fires Professor Who Spoke Out About Misconduct Cases
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Firefighters in Cape Town on Monday were battling a wildfire that had engulfed the slopes of the city’s famed Table Mountain…View More Firefighters Battle Wildfire on Cape Town’s Table Mountain
Vartan Gregorian, the ebullient Armenian immigrant who climbed to pinnacles of academic and philanthropic achievement but took a detour in the 1980s to restore a…View More Vartan Gregorian, Savior of the New York Public Library, Dies at 87
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