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GMU Re-Koched

There are several cognitive cautions that may sensitize a reader’s appreciation of important information. Among these is the elegant French caution that the more things change, the more they remain the same. Another is the guide that instructs the reader… Read More ›

GMU Students Prompt Anti-Racism Agenda

Editors’ Note: Cross-posted from ABC News, September 1, 2020. By Devin Dwyer and Jacqueline Yoo The largest and most diverse public university in Virginia is overhauling how it handles issues of race on campus. After a summer of protests and public health crises, George… Read More ›

Secrecy Rots Academic Freedom

Freedom of speech is likely the most daunting of Constitutional freedoms to appreciate and sustain. Often, colleges and universities are centers of contention, especially in light of another cherished and allied tradition, academic freedom—the unfettered expression and exchange of ideas… Read More ›