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Time Magazine breaks down the sexual assault statistics that are driving the national discussion on campus safety.
Test score requirements and other common-sense admissions standards are dropping like flies. Yet another school has gone test-optional.
Cornell's president calls for balanced change in higher ed.
A look at why UNC, while supposedly committed to efficiency in program offerings, won't cut struggling departments.
Student groups have less autonomy than ever. Harvey Silverglate discusses how new restrictions violate the Constitutional right to free association.
And finally some good news about due process in campus disciplinary procedures.
The Wall Street Journal, Andy Kessler
The Atlantic, Joe Pinkser
Inside Higher Ed, Greg Toppo
Chronicle of Higher Education, Lindsay Ellis and Lily Jackson
Wall Street Journal, Tunku Varadarajan
Education Dive, James Paterson