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The admissions coalition and its critics, in Ethical College Admissions Link

No time for research, in Not of General Interest Link

Borrowing and lending books, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link

The need for a Nobel in philosophy, in The Drum Link

Alternative choices for "genius" grants, in Crooked Timber Link

Journals and self-citation inflation, in Family Inequality Link

The significance of large college towns, in The Daily Beast Link

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The erosion of respect for expertise, in More or Less Bunk Link

Teaching on a day that there is a security alert, in Philadelphia Magazine Link

Reflections on the big admissions gathering and its many discussions, in Bow Tie Admission Link

Anthropologists for and against the Israel boycott, in Anthropology News Link

Craig Santos Perez on fixing "mainly white M.F.A." problem Link

Getting the information a curriculum committee needs, in Bardiac Link

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The coalition trying to reform college admissions, in Higher Ed Data Stories Link

College counseling or college placement, in Ethical College Admissions Link

Misdirected student activism, in Pacific Standard Link


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