What Higher Ed is Losing when Students Self-Censor

What Higher Ed is Losing when Students Self-Censor

A University of Virginia student’s opinion essay in The New York Times has sparked a larger conversation across higher education institution leaders and students about free speech. The author, UVA senior Emma Camp, argues that she and her peers find themselves censoring their thoughts and opinions in the classroom and throughout campus out of fear of retaliation. Why does […]

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Why College Enrollment Is a Marketing Problem

Why College Enrollment Is a Marketing Problem

Student enrollment at colleges and universities dropped this fall, continuing a trend that’s concerned many in higher education since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The declines run counter to previous years’ gains that had some institutions worried about being able to keep up with the increasing demand for student slots. Colleges and universities are […]

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