A three-feet rule would conflict with all other guidance and return-to-campus plans The Chronicle has reviewed. The university has since edited its apparent plan.
The academics who began a hashtag documenting black scholarsâ experiences with racism in their careers talk about the radical, structural change they want to see.
We spoke with a researcher of health disparities and police brutality about how academe can address both.
To combat inequity, colleges should suspend their use of standardized tests and high-profile college rankings, argues H. Holden Thorp.
The University of California at San Diego proposes to take âwidespread testingâ to a whole new level. Is this what every campus will have to do?
A few major universities have proposed using such tests to monitor the health of a student body. But there are many unknowns.
The Great Recession showed how a crisis can fuel state disinvestment. âIf past is prologue,â one university official said, âwe have reason to be concerned.â
Residence halls could house people under quarantine, or health-care workers afraid of going home and infecting their families.
There are the logistics, like getting food to quarantined residential students, and then thereâs the question of how to ensure people keep to quarantines that arenât legally mandated.
Complainants say the same problems with the founder of MeTooSTEM, BethAnn McLaughlin, have cropped up publicly before.