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July 11, 2014
The controversy over Facebook's manipulation of data raises vexing issues for educational researchers at a time of great promise -- and risk, Justin Reich and Mitchell Stevens argue.
July 10, 2014
Colleges that participated in the slave economy or engaged in other forms of discrimination must engage with the past to shape their cultures now, writes Michele Minter.

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June 8, 2006
Duke lacrosse scandal points to need for academics to better understand histories of their ties to their localities, writes Eric Moyen.
June 7, 2006
The hurried patron spying Why Truth Matters (Continuum) on the new arrivals shelf of a library may assume that it is yet another denunciation of the Republicans. New books defending the “reality-based community” are already thick on the ground – and the publishers' fall catalogs swarm with fresh contributions to the cause.
June 6, 2006
Amy L. Wink writes that when professors learn new things in the summer, they become better teachers in the fall.
June 5, 2006
Velma Montoya, a former U. of California regent, writes about how top administrators came to be overpaid and what can be done about it.
June 2, 2006
Anne Colby and Thomas Ehrlich offer advice on how professors can promote political engagement by students -- without drowning in hot water.

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