A survey of literature and arts professors find that they favor transparency in course descriptions, but a majority see trigger warnings as endangering academic freedom.

Tamara Shelton, professor at Claremont McKenna, writes about the challenges of teaching students about why slavery was supported by a significant proportion of Americans.

John McWhorter finds that despite their valid concerns about racism “something is off about today’s student protests.”

And Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, confronts a student who felt “victimized” because a homily on love made the student feel remorseful.