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Philosophers on whether there is a defense of shouting down a campus speaker, in Daily Nous Link

Creativity in the curriculum, in Ferule & Fescue Link

Providing free labor, in Historiann Link

Bill Cosby and representations of black colleges, in JStor Daily Link

Maintaining idealism in admissions, in Ethical College Admissions Link

Humanities, humanism and higher ed reform, in Process Link

Race and the international relations scholar, in PSNow Link

A conservative case against recording professors in class, in National Review Link

Advice for introverts on scholarly meetings, in The POSTDOCket Link

In praise of a political essay on the SAT, in Teen Vogue Link

Looking for hats for the science march, in A Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Woman Link

A new way to think about OER, in Econproph Link

Meritocratic myths about higher education, in Jacobin Link

Getting the most out of academic talks, in Daily Nous Link

History as a form of love, in The Way of Improvement Leads Home Link

Law deans on why the law matters, in Balkinization Link

Why serendipity matters, in Feral Librarian Link

When your students know you are on a watch list, in Academe Link


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