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A critique of Georgetown's plan to deal with past ties to slavery, in The Root Link

Georgetown's plan for dealing with ties to slavery is significant, but not reparations, in Vox Link

Ideas professors share with students, then and now, in Daily Nous Link

Letters of recommendation, in Historiann Link

Tressie McMillan Cottom on how small sums of money can make a difference to a student Link

Graduate students, after the NLRB decision, in n+1 Link

Daniel W. Drezner on graduate students of a generation ago and now Link

The real sources of the University of California budget woes, in Remaking the University Link

A daughter's departure for college, in The Way of Improvement Leads Home Link

When and why students don't read, in Cultural Anthropology Link

Making college matter, in The Conversation Link

Reconsidering the role of the web in higher ed, in Digital Pedagogy Link

Alternatives to term papers, in HASTAC Link

The challenges and lessons of Latin, in A Don's Life Link

Fact-checking and science books, in Slate Link

The potential impact of debt-free college, in Academe Link

A university announcement in the form of a poem, in McSweeney's Link

How to improve science talks, in Just Like Cooking Link

Intellectuals as freaks, in The Smart Set Link

The anger and fear of a tenure review year, in Historiann Link


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