These are turbulent times for universities. Rising incidents of antisemitism on campuses across the country — highlighted in a disastrous hearing in Congress that contributed to the resignations of two Ivy League presidents — have led to widespread calls to reform higher education, refocusing it on principles of pluralism and free expression. It’s true that higher education needs […]

Over the winter holidays, 16 US states—including Georgia and Texas—banned the popular short-form video app TikTok in work contexts, specifically on any device one has been provided by their employer. Governors from Texas to New Hampshire issued total prohibitions on the app on “state IT infrastructure.” In South Dakota and Georgia, governing […]

With state legislatures convening soon, college leaders will once again be on guard against a range … [+] of ill-conceived bills. getty It’s January, which means that most state legislatures are beginning their sessions. Lawmakers are pre-filing bills, announcing priorities, and outlining the main issues they intend to address in […]

Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios Enrollment is down, longstanding traditions are crumbling and applicant pools are changing dramatically. The big picture: Higher education in the U.S. is in the midst of a sea change, forcing schools to adapt with the times. “It suggests that there’s a broader question about the value of […]