Four months after COVID-19 closed down America's colleges and universities, schools have been going through a painful process The Chronicle of Higher Education calls "The Great Reopening Debate.”
Headaches. Nausea. Difficulty breathing. Racing heartbeats. These and other symptoms afflict leaders of America's Christian colleges as they struggle against an unprecedented assault on all their institutions’ survival.
Abuse survivor and activist Rachael Denhollander brought her advocacy to presidents of evangelical colleges, urging them at their annual conference to not discount sexual abuse but to instead support survivors who report it.