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On advising students that it's OK to fail a course, in Uncertain Principles Link

A dialogue between Socrates and Taylor Swift, in McSweeney's Link

Daniel Drezner on how political science can be rigorous and relevant Link

How to be a tenure-track ally to non-tenure-track faculty members, in Academe Link

From poverty to academe, in Conditionally Accepted Link

The real value of the liberal arts, in Medium Link

Teaching about Hurricane Katrina, in Gawker Link

Ready for a new start, in Ferule & Fescue Link

Life after academe, in Science Reverie Link

Andrew Robinson on the teaching process Link

Sonya Huber's shadow syllabus Link

The controversy at Duke over "Fun Home," in Salon Link

Critiques of higher ed, in Montclair SocioBlog Link

How professors can help single mothers, in The Society Pages Link

The trigger warning debate continues, in Academe Link

Caleb McDaniel looks at a backwards survey course Link

The University of Illinois mess, in Easily Distracted Link

Ben Lillie on what goes into a science talk Link

The flaws of metrics to evaluate professors, in The Duck of Minerva Link



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