Humanities departments have been structured for failure, and like those Greek pensioners being lectured by Angela Merkel, we’ve been told it’s our fault.
The privatization of public higher education led Timothy Wolfe to rush to meetings with big donors while ignoring the concerns of African-American students.
"We are ... tied in a single garment of destiny," the civil-rights leader wrote. The Tigers’ football players have taken up his mantle.
The mass digitization involved in Google Book Search rescues countless books from the obscurity of print library collections.
The games are a perverse form of exploitation that places players — often students at historically black colleges — in the role of sacrificial lambs and their colleges in legal peril.
Taking courses outside the major and gen-ed requirements helps students sort potential passions from paths not worth pursuing.