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March 2, 2015
The life of the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh should inspire college presidents to speak out on tough issues, even at the risk of taking stands that will offend some, writes Karen Gross.
February 27, 2015
Massive open online courses don't have a business model, but they can still help universities advance their missions, Ryan Craig argues. But it will take different kinds of courses led by different sorts of professors.

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 Review of Laboring Positions.
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March 2, 2015 - 8:10pm
If you follow rankings at all, you’ll likely have noticed a fair bit of recent activity going on in the Middle East, but there is a fundamental problem with trying to rank Arab universities. 

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March 5, 2007
Richard J. Gelles considers the rude way most college committees treat those asked to write external review letters, and offers some suggestions.
March 2, 2007
A scholar of gang rape on campuses writes that even if no assault took place, the lacrosse party is part of a disturbing pattern and the athletes aren't heroes.
March 1, 2007
"Finish in four, I promise!" That is what Northern Arizona University is telling its incoming students. With a little better advising and a binding contract to take 15 credits per semester, the university promises that students can complete their undergrad degrees in four years.
February 28, 2007
Will bringing in an inspirational speaker cure the faculty blues? Scott McLemee describes a skirmish in the culture wars.
February 27, 2007
As the nation’s registrars gather this week in Boston, Wick Sloane applies a dash of Open Source thinking to the costly, intractable data, articulation, credit-transfer muddle in higher education.  

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