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June 5, 2007
The vote by the leaders of Britain's faculty union to isolate Israeli professors and universities demands opposition, writes Charles Small.
June 4, 2007
Current models are doomed to fail, but approaches that are willing to challenge corporate values and students' moral blinders might work, writes Terry L. Price.
June 1, 2007
Margaret Gutman Klosko writes that presidents who have been in the news demonstrate that university chief executives aren't as all powerful as some on campus believe.
May 31, 2007
This tasteful bit of signage accessorizes the Student Administration Office at Queen Mary College in London:Important Message to Invigilators [exam proctors to you and me]Candidates attempting to cheat in an exam by writing on a part of their body must be reported to the chief invigilator immediately.Please speak to an exam attendant who will contact the student administration office. Keep the students under close observation to ensure that they do not attempt to erase the evidence.
May 30, 2007
Heading to the publishing world's biggest gathering, Scott McLemee reviews a hard-hitting analysis of American literary culture, academic and otherwise.

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