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April 24, 2018
College presidents today are confronting challenges that they did not create and often can’t control, writes Susan Resneck Pierce.
April 23, 2018
As humanists, to make an impression inside our institutions and in the outside world, we need to do a much better job of counting the support our faculty members receive to pursue their work, argues George Justice.

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April 24, 2018
An interview with Adam Coon, in which he discusses graduate school, wrestling, and what's next!
April 24, 2018
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December 21, 2010
Penn State professors move to give more leeway to faculty members dealing with controversial issues.
December 20, 2010
The watchdog's updated report on for-profit colleges does not change its conclusions one bit, Senator Tom Harkin writes.
December 20, 2010
To distract herself from the onslaught of grading, Maria Shine Stewart contemplates commas, dashes and lesser-known marks.
December 17, 2010
The watchdog agency’s admission that report on for-profit colleges was flawed undermines its reputation and the government's aggressive pursuit of the sector, write Frederick M. Hess and Andrew P. Kelly.
December 16, 2010
We all want more young people to attend college. Who would argue with that? Politicians and educators at all levels extol the obvious virtues, from enhanced earning potential to a greater satisfaction in life. One increasingly popular way to encourage college attendance is through dual enrollment, in which students take courses in high school for both high school and college credit.

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