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May 23, 2017
While most believe the contrary, some people understand that plagiarism is not necessarily deceitful or deserving censure, writes Jennifer A. Mott-Smith.
May 22, 2017
Bill Mahon describes a decade of inaccurate emergency communications on campuses and provides advice on how to avoid these situations going forward.

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February 18, 2010
Kevin M. Schultz and Paul Harvey consider the status of religion in the study of history.
February 18, 2010
Colleges shouldn't be afraid of adding theological approaches to the dominant sociological or historical focus, writes Adam Kotsko.
February 17, 2010
An academic autobiography that's not at all self-centered? Scott McLemee looks into an interesting composition.
February 16, 2010
Scholars should move beyond dividing literature by nationality and stop equating literature with literature written in English, writes Dan Edelstein.
February 15, 2010
It was late at night on a spring evening in 2006 at Columbia University, and a dozen of us remained around a table; no one wanted to leave. Earlier I had spoken about how to identify what was and what was not anti-Semitism. This group of progressive Jewish students wanted to keep talking. I had expected their post-presentation conversation to be about Zionism or definitions of anti-Semitism, but what made the students want to stay for that last hour was a discussion about the college experience itself.

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