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Our vulnerability to charismatic music offers a key to understanding our vulnerability to charismatic people, institutions, and ideologies ..read more
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As boards grow more activist, some colleges hope to help new members better understand higher ed by jettisoning traditional orientations ..read more
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Emi Nakamura, who comes from a family of economists, won this year’s John Bates Clark Medal for the best American in her field under ..read more
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Two weeks is too meager, an example of white privilege, and another nail in the coffin of meritocracy, according to the Twitterati ..read more
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A lawsuit accuses Wesleyan University of “aiding and abetting” defamatory claims that a faculty member was a sexual predator ..read more
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While some low-income students would benefit, mostly it would increase inequality ..read more
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Despite serving high-risk populations, the offices that oversee fraternities and sororities have long been a low priority at many campuses ..read more
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The Chronicle of Higher Education by The Chronicle Of Higher Education - 3d ago
Is it time for universities to rethink the definition of merit, and, more broadly, higher education’s role in American life? We put ..read more
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Very few flagships enrolled American Indian, black, and Hispanic students at anywhere their representation among traditionally college-age ..read more
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As another downturn looms, several factors have led to two years of declines in new international enrollments, with few experts expecting a ..read more

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