History repeats itself, but we have an opportunity to learn from past mistakes.
The novel coronavirus pandemic exacerbates longstanding issues associated with a weak social safety net.
The appeal of tenure is also its downfall, simultaneously encouraging freedom of speech in higher education and shielding faculty from the consequences of their actions.
The Trump impeachment hearings are dramatic, but the theatricality may have its place even among such solemn allegations.
In the absence of adequate governmental funding, universities accept donations from private groups at the expense of their academic freedom and independence.