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June 19, 2018
Despite a silence that is “brutal,” the medical profession has known for decades that significant numbers are being sexually harassed on campuses, argues Billie Wright Dziech.
June 18, 2018
Shawna Shapiro surveys students in the wake of a controversy at her institution and discovers insights into what’s missing in the discourse.

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June 19, 2018
What higher ed can learn from premium brands about gimmicks.
June 19, 2018
The pitfalls that plague higher education communications have remained fairly consistent over the last 40 years. Donna Lehmann takes a look at the history of viewbooks and recaps some of those challenges.
June 19, 2018
On AP exams and those who take them.  

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April 15, 2011
This year’s National Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball tournament is likely to be remembered not only for a championship game in which both teams struggled to put the ball in the basket, but also for the extraordinary media coverage it attracted to the issue of whether big-time college athletes should be paid. Special shows on PBS and other networks about paying college athletes were promoted as aggressively as the games themselves.
April 14, 2011
If we had our choice, Sarah Lawrence would never be listed among the most expensive colleges in America.
April 13, 2011
A sociologist's new book tracks the proliferation of awards in American culture. Scott McLemee wonders if we're all really winners.
April 12, 2011
International educators need to be aware how their work can be used -- and misused -- for political purposes, writes Mark A. Ashwill.
April 11, 2011
A new report asserts that higher ed can double production of degrees with no more public money. Really? At what cost? asks Garrison Walters.

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