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While some Republicans commented on Shafik's stronger poise and direction in condemning antisemitism than her Harvard and UPenn counterparts in December, the president of nine months repeatedly found herself in the tiger's jaw from representatives' fervent questions.

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The House targeted organizations it found to "undermine the unity of our country," proposing to reduce the Office for Civil Rights budget by 25%.

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With one state's Senate passing an end to tenure and one university coming under fire for blaming COVID on laying off at least 30 professors, here is the latest picture of the tenure chopping block.

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