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March 6, 2015
There’s a better phrase for what liberal arts colleges should be inculcating in students, R. Owen Williams argues: constructive thinking.  
March 5, 2015
Jane Stancill reflects on what she valued about the college, the closure of which was announced this week, and why she left.

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May 5, 2006
My younger brother celebrated his first birthday at a campus protest. It was 1988, and my Mom, a Gallaudet University graduate, had been following the growing student movement to demand a deaf president at her alma mater. She couldn’t stand being 400 miles away, in Rochester, N.Y. So never mind that my youngest brother was still nursing. She took him with her, and joined the Deaf President Now movement.
May 4, 2006
Lynn F. Jacobs and Jeremy S. Hyman share reactions they received when writing a new guide for students.
May 3, 2006
John Kenneth Galbraith was one of America's most famous economists. Scott McLemee takes a look at another side of his work.
May 2, 2006
A student's innovative explanation for missing class prompts Rob Franciosi to ponder technolust and computer fatigue.
May 1, 2006
In response to the scandal surrounding the men's lacrosse team, Duke president Richard Brodhead has initiated a "conversation on campus culture." The first installment provided little insight. To Mark Anthony Neal, a professor of African and African-American Studies, recent events showed that "we need an innovative and brave curriculum that will allow our students to engage one

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