higher-education

The New School of Labor Rights

Grad students work long hours for low wages while universities absorb the profits. At UC, they’re finally walking off the job. Will it be enough to force action?

How Imposter Syndrome Holds Back First-Generation College Students

‘There was this strange disconnect with my family, with other students and with my own goals. It made me really frustrated, like I wanted to quit. I felt like I was burning out.’

Is It Really Unethical for Professors to Sell Students Their Own Books?

Broke students have had enough with what feels like an academic scam — but professors insist they’re hardly profiting

The D.U.D.E.S. Abide