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August 31, 2015
Daniel F. Sullivan tried out one of the new alternative providers of online education -- and emerged horrified that the courses have been recommended for credit.
August 28, 2015
Domenick Scudera has been using the novel for years in a course for all freshmen at Ursinus College. If critics would read the book, he writes, they would find a work ideal for new college students.

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March 10, 2006
Brian Thill writes that it is time for colleges to take a stand -- with their endowments -- on Sudan.
March 9, 2006
Roger Bowen writes that the U.S. Supreme Court's defense of military recruiters violates the rights of students and professors.
March 8, 2006
A new book offers guidance to the aspiring mathematician. Scott McLemee has a look.
March 7, 2006
What happens when a chair never moves on? A professor explores life in such a department.
March 6, 2006
American colleges and universities, especially those that define themselves as public institutions because they are owned by states, carry on a continuous conversation with their faculty, students, trustees, legislators, alumni and friends about the distribution of benefits and costs between private and public entities. This conversation of many decades has gained considerable visibility lately in the form of a question: Are America’s public universities becoming private?

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