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September 28, 2016
In Deciding What’s True, Lucas Graves traces how media outlets’ internal fact-checking has morphed into something almost antithetical: the very public evaluation of factual assertions made by politicians and other news figures, writes Scott McLemee.
September 27, 2016
Well-meaning administrators and faculty members have put processes into place that show little awareness of the hurdles students confront, says Bridget Burns.

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September 28, 2016
One student reflects on his extracurricular employment.
September 28, 2016
Popular messaging app gets controversial.

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September 8, 2016
Joseph G. Ramsey reflects on grad students’ earlier efforts to unionize, arguing that those students who simply accepted low pay and few benefits were helping their own longed-for tenure-track jobs to disappear.
September 7, 2016
Aaron James's provocative new theory on Donald Trump suggests that the presidential candidate's rise makes a certain amount of sense in the context of a republic collapsing under strain, writes Scott McLemee.
September 6, 2016
These three barriers to transfer student completion deserve more attention, argue Davis Jenkins and John Fink.
September 2, 2016
How can historically black colleges and universities recruit innovative leaders when board members and some HBCU community members fear innovation and change?
September 1, 2016
A significant -- and vocal -- contingent of students increasingly regards free speech as nothing more than a weapon of the rich, the powerful and the privileged, writes Jeffrey Aaron Snyder.

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