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February 17, 2020
The recent debate that a Martin Luther King Jr. Day writing contest has engendered does not render efforts at diversity, equity or inclusion irrelevant or bankrupt, Tobin Miller Shearer, the chair of the contest committee, writes.
February 14, 2020
In his review of Eric Schwitzgebel's A Theory of Jerks and Other Philosophical Misadventures, Scott McLemee also focuses on love.
February 14, 2020
The partisan attacks on me for deviating from the politicized academic consensus demonstrates how law school faculties around the country are heavily politically biased, Alan M. Dershowitz argues.

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February 17, 2020
How do academics talk to each other?
February 17, 2020
Use the process.  Please.  
February 16, 2020
Further evidence of the need for online education people to participate in the broader world of ideas.

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February 14, 2020
In his review of Eric Schwitzgebel's A Theory of Jerks and Other Philosophical Misadventures, Scott McLemee also focuses on love.
February 14, 2020
The partisan attacks on me for deviating from the politicized academic consensus demonstrates how law school faculties around the country are heavily politically biased, Alan M. Dershowitz argues.
February 13, 2020
New data show that graduate students are earning windfall benefits with income-based repayment, Jason Delisle writes, arguing that the federal programs are providing the largest benefits to those who need them least.
February 13, 2020
Improvements are certainly long overdue in the way higher education institutions operate, writes Anthony P. Carnevale, but the value of a college degree in the workplace is without question.
February 12, 2020
State appropriations originally intended to subsidize higher education based on enrollment are being redeployed to prop up colleges that are financially struggling, writes Christopher Fiorentino, who recommends a new approach.

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