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Posts from Letters

Resist Outside Efforts to Pit Disciplines Against Each Other

Critics know exactly what they are doing.

The Post-Pandemic College Experience Needs Greek Life

It can keep students fully engaged while also tackling the real issues that plague campus life.

Humanities Degrees Have Power and Versatility

Getting young adults to take an interest in literature is a battle worth fighting,

Plagiarism Has No Place at Harvard — or Anywhere Else In Higher Ed

We must offer a full-throated defense of our academic standards.

More Reasons Young People Stay Away From STEM fields

For one, it usually takes six years to earn a doctoral degree.

Top-Down Efforts to Improve Teaching Are a Bad Idea

We ought to seek solutions that recognize departments as a community of scholars.

College Campuses Already Have Intellectual Diversity

Look at what they are teaching in the business schools.

Portrayal of UConn in Article Doesn’t Match Reality

Current budget challenge is not a crisis.

Not All Presidents Have a Dismal View of the Job

For some, the position is a joy.

Efforts to Increase STEM Enrollment Shouldn’t Focus on Demographics

The shortage is universal.
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