Grade Point: Hopkins hires hundreds in Baltimore, seeking to strengthen community
Harvard Law School will no longer require the LSAT for admission; No, Betsy DeVos, faculty aren’t telling students what to think, Ivy League professor says; Colleges are ground zero for mob attacks on free speech, lawyer says; Universities respond to new executive order on immigration with concern;
Colleges must lead the way in protecting free speech, the executive director of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education argues after a controversial speaker was forced to flee a liberal arts campus.
While campus leaders expressed relief at some provisions of the revised executive order, they worried that the overall impact would be to deter top international scholars from coming to the United States.
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