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A case of alleged rape at Columbia first yielded much sympathy for the accuser and her unusual protest, but ends with the university apologizing to the accused. The case has had a lasting impact on the discussion of sexual assault on campus.

source: Inside Higher Ed

One idea that pops up during the endless national conversation about college campuses, free speech, and political correctness is the notion that certain forms of speech do such psychological harm to students that administrators have an obligation to eradicate them—or,...

source: New York

Anticipating the possibility of an internet mob harassing a professor because of something he or she said can seem a bit like prepping for a lightning bolt. Yes, people get struck by lightning, but it feels like a freak occurrence....

source: Chronicle of Higher Education

A well-known in the art world as a professor specializing in comics and outsider art has resigned from his position at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago amid tensions among the institution, his students, and himself. The resignation is one more example of the ongoing...

source: Inside Higher Ed

Los Angeles is a weird place. Angelenos, I observed, have a messianic otherness about them, self-consciously calling attention to themselves and their city in the third person. There's a refrain heard over and over again: This is so LA.

source: Artnet News

New York City spends more on arts and culture than any other city in the US—and more than any single state. The budget of the city's Department of Cultural Affairs exceeds that of the NEA and NEH. Until now, City...

source: ARTnews


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