Defining Sexual Consent
Under the new law, students must have "affirmative consent" from partners for the duration of sexual activity.
- What the New Law Means for California's Colleges
- How 'Yes Means Yes' Already Works on One Campus
The Dangers of Academese
Politicians as Presidents
State Sen. John Thrasher's appointment at Florida State sparked protests. But not all lawmakers bring full-throated ideology to campus.
- Florida State U. Board Picks Politician as President Despite Widespread Protest
Vitae: Career News and Tools
Walking away from academe is not always a good idea, but for some Ph.D.’s, it’s the best option.
- Want to Be a Better Critic? Try Being Less Critical
In the News
Institutions benefit from the marketing, technology, and customer-support expertise, but they forfeit potential profit and some control.
Unless students deliberately opt out, companies can use their information to recruit them for other programs, a contract shows.
- Video: Genius or Madman? An HBCU Chief Pursues Unconventional Ways to Save a College
- For Bill on Disabled Access to Online Teaching Materials, the Devil's in the Details
- Trustee Group Responds Tepidly to Presidential-Hiring ‘Tool Kit’
- Academic Experts Lend Credibility to Bogus Claims of Ebola Cure
- ‘Excellent Sheep’ Author Returns to Yale to Tend His Flock
- The Man Who Ranks Philosophy Departments Now Rankles Them, Too
- What You Need to Know About Yik Yak, an App Causing Trouble on Campuses
- College Counseling Centers Turn to Teletherapy to Treat Students for Anxiety