The role of a college president is centuries old. So it would be natural to assume that as this academic year begins, we presidents can slip into a very familiar leadership role that has precedent along with the pomp and circumstance, says L. Randolph Lowry, president of Lipscomb University, the faith-based liberal arts school in Nashville, for the Washington Post. Not so. In fact, this year seems to be especially rife with challenges our professional forebears would have never imagined. Like them, we will navigate through the times, but there are a few “bergs” that deserve serious respect…

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