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Volume 59, Issue 22: February 8, 2013

News

The Chronicle Review

  • Power of Suggestion

    Experiments by social psychologists that showed the influence of unconscious cues over our behavior are now getting a skeptical second look.

  • A More Radical Online Revolution Premium Link

    "Generative scholarship" spurs new questions, evidence, conclusions, and audiences. The Web could be a particularly fertile home for it.

  • Academe's Still-Precarious Freedom

    Professors' free-speech rights are no greater than everybody else's. But their special task in furthering democracy requires protections.

  • Written on the Classroom Walls Premium Link

    When a crumbling humanities building was finally closed for renovation, its loyal denizens celebrated with indelible markers.

  • The Skinny on Fat Premium Link

    The sociologist who wrote "What's Wrong With Fat?" is more interested in the question than in the answer.

Commentary

  • Require Business 101 for Every Student

    Most liberal-arts majors will end up working for organizations concerned with at least breaking even at the end of the day. Let's educate them accordingly.

  • The End Is Not Nigh for Colleges

    Doomsayers are predicting that MOOCs, for-profit colleges, or other forces will soon put many colleges out of business. Here's why they're wrong.

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