Welcome to the Senate Rostrum! Below is the collection of articles, starting with the most recent.

Rostrum article deadlines for 2021-22:
January 3, 2022 and February 25, 2022

Editorial Guidelines for Rostrum submissions can be found via the link here.

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Latest Rostrum Articles

There are New Possibilities to Our Perennial Problems: Let's Get Radical!
Things Fall Apart: The Centre Can Hold-Reflections on Accreditation and Faculty Leadership
Things That Can Go Wrong and How to Prevent Them
Thinking Outside the Horse
Three Cups of Coffee
Three “Takes” of a Course: Limiting Withdrawals and Repetition to Alleviate Substandard Grades
Title 5 and Distance Education: Is Separate Course Review Enough?
To Be MC D Or Not To Be MC D-That Was The Question
To Diversify Faculty, Interrupt the Usual and Seize Opportunities
To Lick It or Click It: That is the Question
To Serve or Not to Serve: Considerations When Running for the ASCCC Executive Committee
To Sign or Not to Sign? That is the Question of Every Academic Senate President
To Teach or not to Teach,
TOP Code Alignment Project and Impacts on Local Coding
Tracking Legislation: The Two Year Process
Training New or Potential Faculty: Whose Responsibility Is It?
Training Your Replacement
Transfer Degree Déjà Vu
Transfer Degrees—Elephants in the Room, Lines in the Sand, Hills to Die on, and Dead Horses
Transfer Model Curricula: Preserving the Integrity of Transfer Associate Degrees
Transfer-From a New Perspective?
Transfer: A Political Issue or A College Mission?
Transforming the Culture: Working Together to Benefit Students
Trojan Horse or Tremendous Godsend? Retooling Adult Education in a New Era
Trouble Continues at Former Saddleback District