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Bias Doesn’t Play a Role In Which Questions Researchers Choose to Investigate
It only applies to the pursuit of an investigation.
New Law-School Rankings Are Business as Usual
Law schools and the legal industry are just fine with that.
It’s Time to Push the Envelope on Paid Leave
We need to pay attention to systemic practices and policies that leave mothers to fend for themselves.
Essay About Anthropology Library Contained Errors, Omissions
For one, it is untrue that Columbia University preferred engineering to anthropology.
Anthropologists Were Not Complicit in War Making
Unfounded suspicions should not be the basis for a blanket condemnation of a discipline.
What Does ‘Free Speech’ Even Mean?
When speech is context-free we promote the lie that all speakers’ words are equally weighted.
Law Schools Shouldn’t Blame ‘U.S. News’ for Their Own Moral Choices
Nothing is stopping them from cutting costs and admitting more low-income students.
Stop Overvaluing Academic Freedom and Free Speech
Colleges must also ensure the dignity, well-being, and full participation of all students
Essay About Junot Díaz Did, in Fact, Include Dissenting Voices
It featured critical statements from someone who was in a longterm relationship with him.
Account of Junot Díaz Investigation Was One-Sided
The author presents no evidence that she spoke with anyone whose experience conflicts with hers.
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