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Shifting Activism, Shifty Allies

by Terri Moise/Guest

James Baldwin once said, “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” In this day and age, many individuals have dedicated their time and lives towards the deconstruction of the current power structures that are present within the world. 813 more words


The Chronicle of Higher Education buckles to the "official account" of Sandy Hook

Prof. Jim Fetzer

It’s bad enough when The New York Times and The Washington Post publish propaganda and disinformation about Sandy Hook. But now The Chronicle of Higher Eduction has published one of the most disgraceful and contemptible articles I have encountered in my entire life. 58 more words

Headlines/Top Stories

Chronicle of Higher Ed: "Tenured Truther Shown the Door"

“Academic Freedom Has Limits. Where They Are Isn’t Always Clear.”

Kevin Carey
Chronicle of Higher Education

[Editor’s Note: One would think the Chronicle of Higher Education… 571 more words


The Lie Guy

Author: Clancy Martin
Original: Chronicle of Higher Education

You’d think I’d get used to being called a liar. After all, I’ve written a candid, semiautobiographical novel about being a scam artist, been interviewed in the media about my former life of lying, cheating, and drinking, even edited a prominent philosophical collection on deception. 3,541 more words

Faculty Issues

Faculty Resource: Chronicle of Higher Education Online

The premier source for higher education news is the Chronicle of Higher Education.   Whether you’re looking for breaking educational news and opinion, statistical data, or job postings, the… 92 more words

General News

Me and My Shadow CV

Author: Devoney Looser
Original: Chronicle of Higher Education

This fall I’m serving as the designated coach for doctoral students in my department who are on the academic job market. 1,647 more words

Faculty Issues

Racial Disparities in Higher Education: An Overview

This article was written by Becky Supiano and originally published in the Chronicle of Higher Education

Racism on American campuses is a matter of national concern again this week following protests at the University of Missouri at Columbia that led on Monday to the  426 more words