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October 19, 2018
In On the Future: Prospects for Humanity, Martin Rees encourages us to think beyond the new norms of diminished and collapsing expectations, writes Scott McLemee.
October 19, 2018
Many community colleges rely too much on associate degrees that have little labor market value and too rarely lead to a four-year credential, Ryan Craig argues.
October 18, 2018
Stephen J. Ceci, Scott O. Lilienfeld and Wendy M. Williams suggest a possible solution to the thorny debate over the practice.

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October 21, 2018
Facebook's bad data ruined lives. Are we sufficiently vigilant in education?
October 21, 2018
Lessons in teaching undergraduates from across the (imagined) Humanities/STEM line.
October 19, 2018
FAFSA, debt relief, comic relief.

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June 4, 2012
Mary E. Daly writes about why academics in Ireland – and any country that relies on oral history – are closely watching a fight over access to testimonies held at Boston College.
June 1, 2012
Do public universities subsidize their athletics programs too much? John V. Lombardi compares the totals to their library spending and asks: What's an acceptable ratio?
May 31, 2012
International comparisons of universities play a valuable role, but some governments are abusing their findings, writes Phil Baty.
May 31, 2012
China strives to build world-class universities, but can it develop the equivalent of the University of California? Cristina González asks.
May 30, 2012
Historians are pondering the role of police museums in Latin America. Scott McLemee is watching the detectives.

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