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January 18, 2019
Scott McLemee reviews L. A. Kauffman's How to Read a Protest: The Art of Organizing and Resistance.
January 17, 2019
The unprecedent size and chief intent of the donation help perpetuate notions that merit re-examination and debate, argues Arthur M. Hauptman.
January 17, 2019
Many commentators have missed how Bloomberg’s seismic donation can shift donor culture in higher education for the better, argues Michael T. Benson.

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January 20, 2019
Sarah Rose Cavanagh reminds us that when it comes to big questions, it's always complicated.
January 20, 2019
Matthew Rascoff and James DeVaney discuss the relationship between MOOCs, credentialing, and higher ed innovation.
January 20, 2019
Latin America — and its leading universities — are at a turning point, one that could usher in a new era of international collaboration, with wide-ranging implications for students, faculty and regional economies.

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December 17, 2018
Admissions work doesn't end just before the holiday break, writes Jim Jump. Early-decision and ethics issues still surface.
December 17, 2018
They prove the rights of both parties are not mutually exclusive, argues Meg Mott, and assume that survivors deserve to be treated as functional human beings.
December 14, 2018
Scott McLemee reviews Jeffrey Melnick's Creepy Crawling: Charles Manson and the Many Lives of America's Most Infamous Family.
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.

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