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September 23, 2019
Issues of money need attention in the admissions world, writes Jim Jump.
September 23, 2019
Colleges and universities should proceed with caution before they encourage or even require students to have them, argues Matthew T. Hora.
September 23, 2019
The Justice Department doesn't know what it's doing to American colleges, write Robert Massa.

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September 23, 2019
New Mexico gets one big thing right
September 22, 2019
Can Lemann's institution-to-transaction-to-network framework explain the current postsecondary reality of concentrated privilege and system-wide anxiety?
September 22, 2019
Dealing with perfectionism in grad school 

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June 8, 2005
When it comes to college tuition, some states are doing wrong by military families, James A. Boyle argues.
June 7, 2005
Those who think the Ward Churchill controversy demonstrates the resilience of tenure's protections need to think about those without tenure, writes Dan Skinner.
June 6, 2005
Imagine a college student returning to campus next fall and being greeted by a student government representative who asks her if she is devoutly religious or not. She answers “yes” and the representative responds, “I am sorry, the student government has decided that the separation of church and state means that, as state college, we have to be free of religious students.
June 3, 2005
Outside efforts to measure student performance may rankle college officials, but it's their own fault, John V. Lombardi says.
June 2, 2005
Scott McLemee ties up some loose ends from recent columns.

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