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December 13, 2018
Our academic freedom may be at stake, writes Julie Kim, if most of our paycheck is controlled by a hospital that is affiliated with but not owned by the institution.
December 12, 2018
Fans and foes of letting students use laptops and phones in class hold fervent views. Jordan Troisi and Aaron Richmond suggest acting based on research instead -- and offer recommendations.
December 12, 2018
Despite all the changes going on outside campuses -- and often, in fact, because of them -- our traditional educational practices have never been more important, writes Michael S. Roth.

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December 13, 2018
What’s the best campus (or corporate) acronym you’ve seen?
December 13, 2018
Mark Bresnan of Colorado St. University asks a common question with a complicated answer.
December 12, 2018
A fine work of technology ethnography.

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September 18, 2012
Richard R. Schramm writes that the Common Core State Standards may well succeed where previous reform efforts have failed.
September 18, 2012
Colleges and policymakers could help more students succeed by making non-academic college readiness part of Common Core standards, write Melinda Mechur Karp and Rachel Hare Bork.
September 17, 2012
To prevent alcohol-related deaths of students, colleges need to get realistic about campus culture, and to be willing to help those organizing social events with booze do so in safer ways, writes Rick C. Jakeman.
September 14, 2012
Harvard students -- just like Lance Armstrong -- have already reached a summit, so why do they feel the need to break the rules? That's what happens when we make outcomes more important than the experience, Steve Gimbel argues.
September 13, 2012
Berkeley and Mario Savio are typically held up as the higher ed symbols of the '60s. John Thelin argues that Mitt Romney and Harvard's M.B.A./J.D. program complete the portrait.

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