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September 24, 2018
In Division III, game outcomes may matter less than the enrollment of male students, writes Jim Jump.
September 24, 2018
The real question should be whether the discrimination is legal and serves an educational purpose, writes David Karen.
September 24, 2018
In the face of the administration's attacks on the press, Greg Britton questions whether his work as a scholarly publisher really differs from that of journalists.

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September 23, 2018
Grades vs. test scores.
September 23, 2018
What it's like to be married to an academic rock star.
September 23, 2018
Getting started is often the hardest part.

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February 7, 2006
A team-taught course leaves Linda Brigham considering the inadequate interactions between the humanities and the sciences.
February 6, 2006
The graduate students and young professors who teach writing have a unique role to play in fighting attacks on academe in general and English in particular, write Frank Gaughan and Peter Khost.
February 3, 2006
Terry Caesar explores the ever looming threat of violence -- physical, emotional or legal -- on campus today.
February 2, 2006
One university seeks to turn a big gift into an admissions advantage. The latest from David Galef's fevered imagination.
February 1, 2006
About 10 minutes into last week's now legendary episode of Oprah (the show that made it to the front page of newspapers; the one that left "memoirist" James Frey on the verge of confessing that he possibly made up his own name, but couldn’t be sure), one part of my mind was riveted to the tube while another part wandered off to conduct an intensive seminar about the whole thing, complete with Power Point slides containing extensive quotations from Foucault’s late writings on the "technologies of the self."

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